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Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer, while rare, is thefourth leading cause of cancer death in women. According to the National Cancer Institute, an estimated 22,430 women will be… Continue Reading

Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty For Spinal Metastases

Some types of cancer have a tendency to spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body. These types of cancer include cancer of the lung,… Continue Reading

Fertility Drugs and Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer occurs in 1-2% of US women, with a mean age at diagnosis of 60. Some women with a family history of ovarian cancer,… Continue Reading

Tobacco Use and Periodonal Disease/Oral Cancer

Understand the Dangers Surprising as it may sound, many smokers need to be made more aware of the dangers of tobacco use. In fact, just… Continue Reading

Painless Breast Scan

Did you know that there is a procedure, which can measure heat differences in tissues and may be helpful in screening for breast cancer? More… Continue Reading

Cancer Support Non-Invasive Integrative Options

Whether you are trying to prevent disease or looking for ways to complement traditional cancer therapies, there are integrative, holistic options available at every level… Continue Reading

Advanced Laparoscopy For Gynecological Malignancies

Advanced laparoscopy has been proven to be highly successful when applied to patients with GYN malignancy, and should be offered as an option to traditional… Continue Reading

Well-Being In the Modern World

Throughout history, different cultures and healing traditions have viewed and defined health in unique ways, though there is common ground in each view. Sushruta Samhita,… Continue Reading

Enlarged Prostate?

As a man ages, the prostate begins to slowly enlarge and may begin to squeeze the urethra, causing problems with urination. This is a common… Continue Reading

Nutrition and Prostate Cancer

Most men know the importance of annual exams and PSA tests in detecting prostate cancer in its earliest stages. An equally important area of concern… Continue Reading

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