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The report drops a few major bombshells on the way that many cancers are diagnosed...The practice of oncology in the United States is in need of a host of reforms and initiatives to mitigate the problem of overdiagnosis and overtreatment of cancer,
The Symposium will take place September 7-9, 2013, at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis in San Francisco.
Rethinking breast cancer diagnosis in women with early signs of disease Without a doubt, breast cancer is the disease women fear most andwith its potential to killfor good reason. But oncologists who treat breast cancer find that even the tiniest,
Women were more likely to opt for surgery when they were told they had breast cancer compared to when they were told they had a breast lesion or a group of abnormal cells despite the fact that all these phrases describe the same condition, the Los
Decreased levels of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) proteins were associated with the presence of early Parkinson's disease and/or increased motor symptoms...Stuttering didn't stunt preschoolers' social, language, or emotional development, a prospective
Omer, B.A., of Massachusetts General HospitalInstitute for Technology Assessment, Boston, and colleagues.
How could they see anything but the shadows if they were never allowed to move their heads? Plato, The Allegory of the Cave My articles on cancer over the years have been stressing one important truth that many of the so-called early cancers are not
A study has indicated that women whose breasts appear dense on mammograms are at a higher risk of breast cancer and their tumours are more likely to have certain aggressive characteristics than women with less dense breasts. Mammographic breast
Stuart Bradford A group of experts advising the nation's premier cancer research institution has recommended sweeping changes in the approach to cancer detection and treatment, including changes in the very definition of cancer and eliminating the
A NEW piece of equipment donated to a Fiji hospital will help reduce the risk of cervical cancer misdiagnosis for Fijian women. The Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva has bought a new colposcope with $A12,500 donated by an Australian Rotary Club