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Informational Articles

  • How Targeted Therapy Shrinks Tumors in Patients with Non-small-cell Lung Cancer
    Selpercatinib is a drug used to treat cancer caused by alteration or mutation in the gene RET. After a study by a team of researchers from various nations, the drug has been approved to treat non-small-cell lung cancer. Researchers worked with patients who had not received any anti-cancer treatment and those who were at an […]
  • What is Breast Thermography?
    Thermography relies on an ultra-sensitive camera to capture high resolution, heat images, or infrared photographs. It is a non-invasive test that some doctors use to monitor breast cancer. The procedure takes 15 minutes to complete. Although the technology came to use in the 1960s, physicians are skeptical of using it due to inaccurate results and […]
  • Delayed Surgery Does Not Affect Survival Rates in Women with Early-Stage Breast Cancer
    Patients who experienced a delay in treatment for their early-stage breast cancer through surgery but received neoadjuvant endocrine therapy did not reduce the 5-year survival odds in women. According to research, the overall delays in the surgical procedures to treat estrogen-sensitive early-stage breast cancer and receiving neoadjuvant endocrine therapy did not lower or increase the […]
  • Four Types of Vaccines for Cancer Prevention
    Vaccination has been a way of life for years, protecting us from fatal diseases like measles and mumps. While there’s no combined vaccine for all types of cancer, vaccines now exist for certain cancer types. Here are the four known types of vaccines to help prevent certain cancer types: Sipuleucel-T It is an immunotherapy treatment […]
  • Exercise Can Reduce Recurrence Risk for Breast Cancer and Improve Survival
    A study has concluded that exercising for two and a half hours every week before and after having been diagnosed with high-risk recurrence breast cancer can lower recurrence risk and improve patient survival. Regular exercise is recommended for health. More research is showing that exercise can minimize breast cancer recurrence when you are already diagnosed […]

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