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Delay in breast cancer treatment can lead to higher mortality rate, says expert
The decision to delay the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer may have grave consequences for cancer mortality in the years to come, say oncologists. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a massive challenge for the treatment of breast cancer patients.
Husband finds way to break wife's silent treatment, but others warn it won't end well
A man who said his wife isn't speaking to him has been warned his plan to break the silent treatment would more likely lead to a divorce.
Immune-boosting cancer treatment may pose cardiovascular risk
A type of cancer treatment used to boost the body's immune system may worsen inflammation in the arteries that distribute blood from the heart, according to a small study.
Coronavirus steroid treatment data boosts confidence of Australian doctors treating critically ill patients
When the first critically ill COVID-19 patients started arriving in Australian hospitals, intensive care doctors suspected steroids could be an effective treatment.
First treatment identified for fainting
Fainting affects one in two people during their lifetime. Those with recurrent episodes are often afraid to socialize or go to work. Today researchers report the first effective therapy. The late breaking research is presented at ESC Congress 2020.
Cancer and its treatment may accelerate the ageing process in young patients
A new study examines the effects of cancer and its treatment on the ageing process. Investigators found that expression of a gene associated with ageing is higher in young patients with cancer after treatment with chemotherapy and in young cancer survivors who are frail. The findings are published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Colorectal cancer: Diagnosis and treatment
With more than 1.8 million new cases reported in 2018 — a 9.5 percent increase compared to 1990 — colorectal cancer is the world’s third most prevalent form of cancer: The second most common cancer type in women and the third most common for men.
US sanctions seriously affecting treatment of Iranian patients: Iranian lawyer
A prominent Iranian lawyer criticized the illegal sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran, which have seriously affected the treatment of Iranian patients and stressed the need to punish those who have imposed the sanctions.
Scientists test 'bispecific' antibody that helps T cells zero in on treatment-resistant cancers
Although immunotherapy has achieved increasing prominence in the panoply of innovative cancer treatments, it remains an imperfect tool — too many tumors simply do not respond.
Cancer drug: New treatment halts tumor growth
A drug that could stop cancer cells repairing themselves has shown early signs of working.
Breakthrough discovery to transform prostate cancer treatment
A novel formulation of the prostate cancer drug abiraterone acetate — currently marketed as Zytiga — will dramatically improve the quality of life for people suffering from prostate cancer, as pre-clinical trials by the University of South Australia show the new formulation improves the drug’s effectiveness by 40 percent.
Minimally-invasive treatment for 'frozen shoulder' improves patients' pain and function
A new nonsurgical treatment decreases errant blood flow in the shoulder to quickly reduce pain and improve function in patients with adhesive capsulitis, also known as "frozen shoulder," according to a research abstract presented during a virtual session of the Society of Interventional Radiology's 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting.
Earlier treatment of maternal depression can improve outcomes for the child
The children of mothers with long-term depression have been found to be at higher risk of behavioral problems and poor development.
British Airways' treatment of staff 'a disgrace', say MPs
British Airways' treatment of staff during the coronavirus crisis "is a national disgrace", UK MPs have claimed.
Black melanoma patients face treatment delays: Study
Black Americans with melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, wait longer for surgery than white patients, a new study finds.

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