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 Questions to Ask Your Breast Cancer Surgeon
November 16, 2020

Breast cancer surgery is a life-saving procedure but can also have lasting traumatic experiences if you do not completely understand the surgery procedure and what to expect. If you have detailed information about the procedure beforhand, it can help you understand the processes. If you are scheduled for the surgery, make sure you ask your […]

 A New Approach in Prostate Cancer: Targeting the Cells Surrounding the Tumor
October 12, 2020

Prostate cancer treatment depends on the grade (likelihood to spread) and whether the tumor has already spread. The early stage, also known as the low-grade stage, is treated with surgery or radiation. For locally advanced tumors (spread within the prostate area and not beyond), patients undergo surgery or radiation. They also receive androgen deprivation therapy […]

 The Link between Gum Disease and Colon Cancer
September 19, 2020

Gum disease increases the risk of colon cancer. According to research published on Cancer Prevention Research, people with periodontitis have a 17% higher risk of developing polyps and 11% risk of having adenomas, compared to people without gum diseases. Adenomas and polyps are intestinal lesions and precursors to the 4th most common cancer in the […]

 The Number of Smokers Eligible for Lung Cancer Screening to Be Doubled
August 28, 2020

Cancer occurs when cells grow abnormally. More than 135,000 Americans die of lung cancer, making it the top killer amongst 100 types of cancer. A U.S. Federal Health Panel intends to increase the number of Americans who scan for lung cancer yearly by opening screening to those who are not heavy smokers. On July 7, […]

 Breast Cancer Patients to Benefit from ‘Lab-on-a-chip’ Blood Test
July 13, 2020

A revolutionary ‘lab-on-a-chip’ blood test has shown potential for detecting breast cancer early. The test can also identify tumors found in other parts of the body. The EV-CLUE, which is about the size of a glass microscope slide, uses nanotechnology to pump blood into eight miniscule channels that can detect different cancer markers. The EV-CLUE […]

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