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Breast Cancer Treatment by Stage

Breast Cancer Treatment by Stage

Treating breast cancer is a well-collaborated effort that involves accuracy and patience in every step. As there are five stages of breast cancer, the treatment for each of the stages is different.

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Diabetes and Covid

Diabetes and Covid

Diabetes has been increasingly common in past 30 to 35 years. There are now more than 400 million people living with diabetes in the world.

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How to Detect Heart Problems?

How to Detect Heart Problems?

All heart problems do not come with clear warning signs. Earlier, people used to think that a heart problem is always synonymous with chest pain but that is not always the case.

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हर टू (HER2)पॉझिटिव्ह ब्रेस्ट कॅन्सरवर लक्षित थेरपी प्रभावकारक

हर टू (HER2)पॉझिटिव्ह ब्रेस्ट कॅन्सरवर लक्षित थेरपी प्रभावकारक

सर्व स्तनांच्या कर्करोगांमध्ये हर टू पॉझिटिव्ह ब्रेस्ट कॅन्सरचे प्रमाण 15 ते 20 टक्के असते.1990 च्या दशकात जेव्हा पहिल्यांदा या प्रकारच्या स्तन कर्करोगाविषयी माहिती समोर आली,तेव्हा यावर फारसे परिणामकारक उपचार उपलब्ध नव्हते.

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Promising New Data Emerges for the Treatment of Cancer

Promising New Data Emerges for the Treatment of Cancer

The Future of Cancer care will include less chemotherapy. Immunotherapy and targeted therapy and combinations of these treatments will increasingly be used. Stage 4 cancer will become a chronic disease and patients will live with cancer instead of dying from it.

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What Are the 5 Warning Signs of Breast Cancer?

What Are the 5 Warning Signs of Breast Cancer?

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women. Every woman must stay aware and look for any early symptoms. Women over 40 must go for a screening once a year. They should also do regular self-examination to look for any symptoms. Thus, every woman needs to know the occurrence of these changes and when a sign can be a warning sign.

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Difference between open heart surgery and bypass surgery?

Difference between open heart surgery and bypass surgery?

Coronary bypass surgery redirects the blood in the areas of a fully or partially blocked artery in the heart. In the process, the doctor takes a healthy artery from your arms, legs, or chest and then connects it above or below the non-functional one in the heart. As it creates a new pathway, the blood again starts to flow smoothly without any interruption.

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