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Bile Duct Cancer- Curcumin as Therapy

Curcumin induced antiproliferation and apoptosis in bile duct cancer cells with concentration- and time- dependent manners. Have you been diagnosed with Bile Duct/Biliary Cancer? According to Cancer.net

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Identify, Heal Prostate Cancer Radiation Damage-

Radiation damage from prostate cancer therapy to small bowel tissue can cause acute or chronic radiation enteritis producing symptoms such as pain, bloating, nausea, faecal urgency, diarrhoea and rectal

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Iron Deficiency In People With Cancer

An iron deficiency is one of the most common complications in cancer patients, affecting 30-90%, depending on the type of cancer. An iron deficiency means not enough oxygen is being carried around the

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Marijuana’s Health Risks and Benefits- Cancer, Heart, Memory, etc.

“We unquestionably need more research, and more evidence of harms may emerge. But it’s important to note that the harms we know about now are practically nil compared with that of many other drugs,

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Experimental Biliary Cancer / Pancreatic Cancer Therapy

Researchers have had early success in laboratory studies of triphendiol and its effects on biliary cancers. They have found that the drug causes apoptosis, or cell death, in pancreatic and bile duct cancer

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Thyroid Cancer- Over Treatment And Second Primary Cancers

“Mukherjee and colleagues sought to determine whether oncologists and hematologists were overtreating with RAI in cases of WDTC, and thus putting their patients at risk for Second Primary Cancers.

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Gene testing to personalize therapy for Bile Duct Cancer

Doctors have found a new genetic signature useful for diagnosing bile duct cancer:  

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Cholangiocarcinoma aka Biliary Tract Cancer: To treat or not to treat?

There is debate as to whether adjuvant chemotherapy along with resection is the proper course of treatment for biliary tract cancer.  

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Minimally-Invasive Esophagectomy (MIE) for Esophageal Cancer

Researchers have found that early stage cancers of the esophagus can be treated as effectively by less-invasive, organ-sparing endoscopic therapy as compared to more complex surgical removal of the esophagus,

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Secondary Malignancies Following Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/726749?src=mp&spon=7&uac=97669BN

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