By David W Freeman
(CBS) Does radiation really benefit breast cancer patients? New research shows that women who receive radiation after undergoing lumpectomy live longer and are less likely to experience a recurrence of cancer. Researchers analyzed the results of several studies involving nearly 11,000 breast cancer patients who had undergone "breast-conserving" surgery (rather than mastectomy) and found that post-operative radiation reduced the risk for recurrence over the next decade from 35 percent to 19 percent. Read More Here.
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Dr. Thropay and Beverly Oncology & Imaging are excited to announce they are working on a book of recipes centered around the nopal. Studies have shown that there is an agent in the nopal that actually contributes to slowing the growth of ovarian cancer.
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