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“Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer resected- Is adjuvant Chemo really needed?”

The frequent occurrence of distant metastases (in lung cancer) and local regional failure after surgical resection would indicate that additional treatment is necessary… Diagnosed with Stage 2 non-small

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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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Ask the Cancer Coach-“Bladder cancer-complete bladder removal…”

I saw my doctor that week and took a urine test to see if anything else may be contributing to the problem…I was shocked to learn that I had bladder cancer Dear Cancer Coach- I’ve been diagnosed

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Umbilical cord blood transplantation for Pediatric Cancer

Umbilical cord blood, a rich source of blood-forming stem cells, has previously been shown to benefit many pediatric cancer patients with leukemia and myelodysplasia and other diseases When I was first

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Cost-effectivness of Immunotherapy for Metastatic Melanoma-

Consider Evidence-based Integrative Therapies to Enhance the Efficacy of  Melanoma Chemotherapy  While Minimizing Toxicity Based on the Wall Street Journal article linked below, a chemotherapy called

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