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If you have been diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer, you will be happy to know that there are many treatment options available to you today. Stage III breast cancer is diagnosed when a tumor greater than 5 cm is found in the breast, or a tumor less than 5 cm is found in either the breast and lym
Many of us have heard nursing staff refer to cancer as being 'merciful'. Having had the opportunity to stand by the sickbeds of many cancer sufferers of various ages, gender and types of cancer, I feel it necessary to write an article that is both objective and enlightening.
Empirical evidence for genetic risk stratification in breast cancer is reviewed.
If you are worried that you may have lung cancer, I would like you to first relax. Understand that detecting lung cancer is a long process, and along the way there are many other reasons for everything that seems abnormal. If you fear that you have detected lung cancer in you or a close loved one, p
Nutritionists such as those employed at cancer centers can help patients make dietary choices that contribute to the success of treatment. Proper nutrition can supplement chemotherapy and radiation or surgery.
In this study, the authors explore the prognostic relevance of PD-L1 expression in patients with surgically resected NSCLC.
What is prevention? Prevention - a set of measures aimed at combating the risk factors for a disease. As for the pathology of the prostate in men, the health of the body, the so-called "heart" men are very concerned with urologists and oncologists worldwide.
Why is there an urgent need to search for new individual biomarkers and gene signatures in tumor tissue for patients with NSCLC?
Mesothelioma is not a common form of cancer; it is a very complicated disease that impacts the tissues of many organs in the human body, especially the heart, lungs and abdomen. Mesothelioma is caused by exposure to asbestos dust and flakes; as such, its victims are generally people who work in asbe
Does taking aspirin every day reduce the risk of breast cancer. The experts seem to disagree about this. Some research studies show that a low dose of aspirin every day will lessen your breast cancer risk but other research suggests that there is no benefit from it. This article explores the links b