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Hysteroscopy Endometrial Cancer?

Though hysteroscopy plays an important role in both diagnosing and staging endometrial cancer, it may cause endometrial cancer cells to spread to the peritoneum, researchers say:  

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MGUS Screening?

“The root cause of many cases of myeloma is monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS), a blood disorder where white blood cells produce too much M protein. While MGUS does not present

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Simplifying the Decision for a Prostate Cancer Screening

“We are in the midst of a paradigm shift in screening (for prostate cancer) and risk assessment that no longer relies on a simple P.S.A. cutoff to determine who should be biopsied,” A longtime friend

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Vitamin D- Obesity-Induced Increase in Endometrial Cancer-

Vitamin D may prevent the development of endometrial cancer, as it inhibited endometrial carcinogenesis in mice:  

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Exercise- Endometrial Cancer, Reduce Relapse

Exercise may be a critical component of endometrial cancer prevention, and walking for thirty minutes a day five days a week is enough to make a difference.  

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Some Breast Cancer Patients Over age 60 can avoid adjuvant endocrine treatment-

“Breast cancer patients over the age of 60 with early-stage, hormone-responsive small tumors who forego adjuvant endocrine, also called hormonal therapy, are not at an increased risk of mortality

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Aromasin for Breast Cancer Prevention a good idea?

  News outlets have recently reported that new research shows the “anti-estrogen drug Aromasin appears to cut the odds of breast cancer by 65 percent in high-risk postmenopausal women.” 

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Breast Density- Breast Cancer?

PMD (percent of mammographic density) is the percentage of breast density that shows up on a woman’s mammogram.  It has long been known that dense breasts make it more difficult to get an accurate

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Long-Term Breast Cancer Survival Enhanced W/ Lymph-nodes?

I believe this article might be one of many that lead to the new guidelines discussed in the article I wrote about earlier, "NCCN Breast Cancer Guidelines Updated: SLNB and PET/CT Are Highlights&...

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Curcumin, Pycnogenol, Antioxidants- Breast Cancer

Curcumin, an active constituent of turmeric, has been shown to possess inhibitory effect of cell proliferation and induction of apoptosis towards a board range of tumors. Cell inhibition activities of

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Elderly Early-Stage Breast Cancer Patients-

Adjuvant radiation therapy might not be necessary for older women with early-stage breast cancer who undergo lumpectomy. Women 70 years or older with early-stage disease who have a lumpectomy and also

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Asthma Linked to Lung Cancer Risk in Study

“Previous research has shown a correlation between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer (LC), but this is the first time such a link has been shown for asthma and lung cancer,”  I

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