Archives: February 2016

  • Breast Cancer Diagnosis Gap Now Gone

    February 25, 2016
    While breast cancer is a legitimate concern for all women regardless of race and even age, whites historically have had a higher incident rate of this potentially fatal disease. That’s no longer the case, however, according to a recently released study published by the American Cancer Society. Researchers found that the gap in diagnosis rates between the two races more
  • Radiotherapy Shows Promise In Liver Tumor Treatment

    February 13, 2016
    Liver cancer strikes an estimated 39,000 Americans each year. With a fatality estimate of about 27,000 people annually, the disease is considered one of the more deadly forms of cancer. While certain cases can be successfully treated through surgery and other procedures, not all tumors are operable. Researchers are finding, however, that higher doses of radiotherapy may improve more

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