By Admin at 26 Aug 2016
Aromatase inhibitors are often used to shrink breast tumors prior to surgery, but new research suggests it may be wise to reevaluate the tumor again just prior to surgery to monitor its changes and decide if a new course of treatment would be appropriate.
By Admin at 24 Aug 2016
Photonics is the science and application of light, and it’s used in everything from communications and information technology to defense and national security to medical imaging. This latter category is playing an exciting role in next-generation health care, including for early detection technologies and treatments that could help in the fight against cancer.
By Admin at 23 Aug 2016
A new chemotherapy drug has shown promise for treating both childhood and adult cancers with improvements above-and-beyond typical chemotherapy treatment. The treatment involves a novel class of antitumor amphiphilic amines (RCn).
By Admin at 22 Aug 2016
Certain types of immunotherapy drugs have been making significant impacts on cancer treatments since 2011, and five years later they are still a large force in making aggressive and hard-to-treat cancers beatable.
By Administrator at 9 Aug 2016
Researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) have discovered yet another benefit of exercise: a decreased risk of 13 types of cancer. For seven of those types, exercising reduced cancer risk by 20 percent or more among the most active participants compared to the least active.
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