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80% of Pediatric Cancer Survivors Suffer Chemo-Induced Heart, Brain, Joint Damage

“Eight of 10 pediatric cancer survivors had abnormal findings on brain, heart, and bone images, including six patients with and two patients without clinical symptoms.” Though the study linked

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Cancer Coaching- Gastrointestinal endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)

Cancer Coaching-When Is EUS Necessary for a Newly Diagnosed Cancer of the Esophagus, Stomach, Colon, or Pancreas? If you have been diagnosed with either Esophageal, Stomach, Colon, or Pancreatic cancer

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Diagnosed with Melanoma? Better Get a Second Opinion!

These results show that diagnoses ranging from moderately atypical lesions to early stage invasive melanoma are neither accurate nor reproducible, say the authors. While I am the first person to be cynical

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Melanoma Diagnosis? Use Every Therapy At Your Disposal-

“However, once melanoma spreads, there is still basically no effective treatment at this point.” Therefore early detection is key The solution then is to reduce your risk of skin cancer. Make

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Cytosponge vs. Endoscopy for Esophageal Cancer Survivors-

“Conclusions- In a feasibility study, the Cytosponge is a safe and well-tolerated method for collecting near mucosal specimens in esophageal cancer. Achieving remission is the easy part for many

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