Radiation therapy cuts low risk of recurrence of breast cancer
DCIS is a cancer of the cells that accounts for roughly one-fourth of all new breast cancers.
New radiotherapy may help treat liver cancer: study
Radiation segmentectomy (RS) is a minimally invasive option that uses the radioisotope yttrium-90 (Y90) to destroy tumours.
Blueberries give boost to cervical cancer therapy: study
Radiosensitisers are non-toxic chemicals that make cancer cells more responsive to radiation therapy.
A new target for 'triple-negative' breast cancer
A team of scientists has found a new target for triple-negative breast cancer.
Double mastectomy may negatively affect employment: study
The study found that women who opted for a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction missed more than a month of work or stopped altogether.
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