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Archives: July 2020

  • The Latest Advancements for Colon Cancer Treatment

    July 13, 2020
    A general scope on the latest treatment of colon cancer. Southlake, Texas, July 13, 2020 - Colon cancer, otherwise known as colorectal cancer, is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. There’s a promising future for patients as there are treatment advancements in its early stages.  In cancer care, doctors often work together to create a patient’s...read more
  • Delaying Colonoscopy Screening May Affect Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer

    The current colorectal cancer screening guidelines recommend that you should start screening at age 45 to 50 then once every 10 years if the results show negative. A new study suggests that a delay in having a colonoscopy may not affect cancer risk for people at low risk. Researchers analyzed men and women of 50 - 66 years who had been...read more
  • Utilizing Integrative Oncology to Enhance Patient Outcomes and their Quality of Life

    Integrative oncology involves using lifestyle-based integrative treatment (merging conventional and complementary medicine) approaches to improve the outcomes and quality of life of patients. According to a survey, integrative oncology is defined as a patient-centered, evidence-informed field of cancer care that utilizes natural products, lifestyle modifications from various traditions, mind and body practices alongside conventional cancer therapies such as immunotherapy, chemotherapy,...read more
  • Nicotine Aids in the Spread of Lung Cancer to the Brain

    A new study has confirmed that nicotine helps lung cancer to spread to the brain. Nicotine is not carcinogenic but is mainly responsible for the addictive nature of cigarettes. It is used in a lot of products like nicotine patches, which help people quit smoking. According to the new study, nicotine is very harmful, especially for lung cancer patients. About 40%...read more

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