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H ορμονοθεραπεία κάνει πιο επιθετικό τον καρκίνο του στήθους

Δημοσίευση: 20-10-2010, 15:45 Τελευταία ανανέωση: 20-10-2010, 15:49
Οι γυναίκες που υποβάλλονται σε ορμονοθεραπεία με χάπια, αναπτύσσουν πιο επιθετικό καρκίνο του στήθους και έχουν περισσότερες πιθανότητες να καταλήξουν εάν προσβληθούν από την νόσο.
Τη μελέτη έκανε ο ογκολόγος Ρόουαν Χλεμπόβσκι από το Βιοϊατρικό Ίδρυμα Ερευνών του Ιατρικού Κέντρου στο Πανεπιστήμιο του Λος Άντζελες και είναι η πρώτη τα συμπεράσματα της οποίας διαπιστώνουν αναλογικά περισσότερους θανάτους λόγω καρκίνου μεταξύ των γυναικών που κάνουν ορμονοθεραπεία.

Clinical Trials

Date: 14 Dec 2009
Source: http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/breast-cancer-breast-health/treatment...
You may have heard about a clinical trial that you would like to take part in or your doctors may have offered you the opportunity to take part in a trial if you are eligible. Whatever your situation, deciding what to do can be very difficult, particularly as information about clinical trials can be confusing and you may already have a lot of information to take in about your treatment, before even thinking about clinical trials.
What are clinical trials?

Astronomers Reach For The Stars To Discover New Cancer Therapy

Article Date: 24 Jun 2011 - 9:00 PDT
Source: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/229600.php
Astronomers' research on celestial bodies may have an impact on the human body.

Ohio State University astronomers are working with medical physicists and radiation oncologists to develop a potential new radiation treatment - one that is intended to be tougher on tumors, but gentler on healthy tissue.

http://womenshealth.about.com/od/cancerprevention/a/10stepsprevbcan.htm

Ann Kulze, M.D. is the author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet (Top Ten Wellness and Fitness, October 2004), a primary care physician, spokesperson for Ruby Tuesday's Restaurant and mother of four. Dr. Ann designed these ten steps to show you how YOU can prevent breast cancer in your life.
1. Maintain a healthy body weight (BMI less than 25) throughout your life. Weight gain in midlife, independent of BMI, has been shown to significantly increase breast cancer risk. Additionally, and elevated BMI has been conclusively shown to increase the risk of post-menopausal breast cancer.

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