Radiation Safely and Effectively Stored in Nontoxic Molecule to Treat …

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According to a recent study, microscopic "bubbles" developed at the Kansas State University are safe and effective storage spaces for harmful isotopes that emit ionizing radiation for treating tumors. “The findings can benefit patient health and advance radiation therapy used to treat cancer and other diseases,” said professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics who is affiliated with the university's Johnson Cancer Research Center, John M. ... Read more

Radiotherapy Kills Cancer Cells, Makes Immunotherapy …

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According to a recent study, radiation therapy fights off cancers in more than just one way. It not only kills cancer cells, but also demonstrates the capacity to activate the immune system to turn on and attack tumor cells. Such an activation can ... Read more

MRI Helps Diagnose Prostate Cancer more Accurately…

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Being of the first of its kind, an Australian clinical trial has revealed that a biopsy guided by MRI can considerably improve the diagnosis of life-threatening prostate cancer and reduce the over-diagnosis of non-life-threatening cases, ... Read more

Symptoms not a Barrier to Success for Nonsurgical …

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According to research being presented at the Society of Interventional Radiology's 39th Annual Scientific Meeting, shrinking the prostate without surgery can lead to long-term relief in men with this common condition which results in irritating ... Read more

Biomakers Determine Efficiency of Radiation Treatments …

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According to a recent study by a team of international researchers led by Beaumont Health System's Jan Akervall, M.D., Ph.D., examined biomarkers to determine their overall effectiveness in radiation treatments for patients with squamous cell ... Read more

Video Glasses Help Ease Patients during Procedures…

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According to a recent study, patients watched television shows or movies through specialized video glasses while undergoing a biopsy or any other minimally invasive medical procedure. The study’s findings are set to be presented at the Society ... Read more

Significant Reduction in use of Cardiac Imaging …

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According to a study recently published in the journal JAMA, there has been a steppe decrease since 2006 in the use of nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI; an imaging procedure used to determine areas of the heart with decreased blood flow), ... Read more

Neighboring Cells Modified to Protect Themselves…

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According to a recent study, cells normally self-destruct when permanent glitches take place in their DNA. Programmed cell death, or apoptosis, helps insure that cells with damaged DNA do not grow and duplicate to produce more mutated cells. ... Read more

New Minimal-invasive Treatment, Y-90 Safer for …

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Based on research that was presented at the Society of Interventional Radiology's 39th Annual Scientific Meeting, minimally invasive treatment that delivers cancer-killing radiation directly to tumors shows major promise in treating breast cancer ... Read more

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