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October 03, 2008
Technology propels radiation therapy to a new status: targeted therapy.
Radiation oncologist Hak Choy, MD, became a leader in the cancer field when he began looking for ways to combine radiation, chemotherapy, and targeted agents against cancer.
A shorter schedule of radiation therapy may be more convenient and cost effective for women with early-stage breast cancer.
September 08, 2008
How and why caregivers should care for themselves.
December 11, 2007
Paying attention to early symptoms of ovarian cancer may give a voice to the "silent killer," but some advise caution.
People who inherit an altered version of BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are more likely to develop breast, ovarian, or prostate cancer.
June 09, 2006
Treatment-induced neutropenia hinders ability to fight infection.
Supportive care drugs that can increase white blood cell count and prevent costly infections can also be expensive.
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