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The Hindu The doctors interact with the patient Zaris, who is now recovering from the surgery Photo: Special Arrangement Doctors at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (GH) have removed a 5.2-kg tumour from the liver of a 30-year-old woman.
Ferrying drugs safely into tumor cells can turn otherwise untreatable cancers into more manageable diseases. Researchers at the Koch Institute of Integrative Cancer Research at MIT have developed a dual shelled nanoparticle that has an anti-cancer
4 November 2013 0 View comments A four-year-old girl is battling a disease that means her tiny bones could shatter at the slightest knock. Hollie Hunter from Chester-le-Street, County Durham, suffers from Langerhans' cell histiocytosis, which affects
An new experimental drug that has shown promise in the treatment of melanoma may potentially treat patients with a most common form of lung cancer, scientists say. The drug has shown early potential as an effective treatment for non-small cell lung
Radiation therapy, together with surgery and chemotherapy, is one of the major cancer treatment methods. It is estimated that 50-60% of all cancer patients seen in the USA receive treatment with radiation at some point in their disease trajectory.
Brenda Wallace finished chemotherapy for breast cancer at Florida Cancer Specialists a year ago this month. The Naples grandmother counts herself lucky for the successful outcome and because the large group practice operates in Southwest Florida. I
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug from Roche to help treat patients with a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. The agency cleared Gazyva to fight chronic lymphocytic leukemia in combination with chemotherapy in
You may recall the story of young Sarah Hershberger, whose parents fought an Ohio hospital for the right to cease chemotherapy treatment. Early October 2013, the hospital sought custody of the child in an attempt to force the child to continue in
Sarah Hesson stands with her family including Don Cole and kids (from left to right): Grant, Adrianna, Brandon and Courtney...After going through chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, she has now been cleared of her cancer. (Sarah Hesson stands with
In October 1993, Shawn Dahl and Linda Barry were engaged to be married and set to work planning their wedding, scheduled for June 1994. There was no way they could know life-changing news was just around the corner. Dahl and Barry were regular