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Cryoablation is Safe and Effective as Breast Cancer Therapy

“Cryoablation (also called cryosurgery) is a “new” treatment for breast cancer that has been waiting in the wings for decades. While fairly often used in prostate cancer, the use of

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Radiation does not Effect Overall Survival in Early Breast Cancer

“Older women who have had breast cancer surgery have a greater risk of the cancer returning if they delay their post-surgical radiation treatment, report Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists...

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Green Tea Extract and Alzheimer’s Prevention

“We all know that currently there is no cure for Alzheimer’s once symptoms emerge, so our best hope is early intervention…” Green tea extract is a wonder drug. I take it for heart

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Exercise- Non-Medical Intervention for Alzheimer’s

“physical activity, exercise among people already diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s, moderate to high-intensity workouts may not only slow down the biological symptoms of Alzheimer’s—but

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DCIS and Overtreatment Therapies- Reduce Risk or Not?

There is considerable disagreement about the treatment of DCIS.  Some believe that nearly everyone with DCIS, regardless of its characteristics, should be treated with either mastectomy or lumpectomy

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US Disparities in Minority Breast Cancer- Non-toxic therapy solutions

Summary: "There are many underlying reasons for racial and ethnic disparities that affect breast cancer mortality, eg, inadequate screening of some minority groups. Mammography screening improves

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Reduce Toxicity, Enhance the Efficacy of Esophageal Cancer Therapy

The role of neoadjuvant therapy in the treatment of locally advanced esophageal carcinoma still remains controversial. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of neoadjuvant radiochemotherapy

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Early Stage Esophageal Cancer…Safe, Low-risk Strategies

Although esophageal carcinoma is a relatively uncommon cancer in Western countries, there has been a rising incidence of adenocarcinoma of the esophagus and increasing mortality due to that disease in

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Life after Esophageal Cancer Surgery aka Esophagectomy

Background: Esophagectomy represents an exemplar of controlled major trauma, with marked metabolic, immunologic, and physiologic changes as well as an associated high incidence of complications. Eicosapentaenoic

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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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