Articles By North Texas Cancer Center at Wise

Published 6 Years Ago
Coconut Oil and Cancer: A Link Worth Noting
To arrive at those findings, researchers recently conducted a study using mice as the subjects.

Published 6 Years Ago
End-of-Life Care: Patient Preference Matters
Opinions in the public arena are also changing. Back in 1990, about 15 percent of the American public believed doctors needed to do everything possibl

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Major Strides Made in Battle Against Cervical Cancer
A number of recent developments have increased hope that someday soon this form of cancer may be stomped out entirely or close to it.

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Genetic Concerns Prompting More Double Mastectomies
Genetic testing to determine the presence or absence of BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations has become extremely popular with good reason.

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Guidelines Don?t Cover Everyone Who Would Benefit From Lung Cancer Screening
While NLST guidelines do encompass a large population of those at high risk, a new study has found there are gaps left uncovered.

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Skin Cancer Risk Higher For Organ Transplant Patients
Researchers found that patients in this population have a significantly higher skin cancer rate than those from the general population.

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Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy Produces Strong Results In Large Tumors
To better understand what treatments produced the most promising results considering the growing number of hepatocellular cases, researchers recently.

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Prophylactic Double Mastectomies Cost More, Lower Quality Of Life
A recent study on the topic found that women end up paying about ,583 more for a double mastectomy over the long run.

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MRI Finds Breast Cancer Mammograms May Miss
Magnetic resonance imaging offers a more in-depth look inside breast tissue than a standard mammogram.

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Benign Breast Disease May Signal Trouble Down the Road
Women who have been diagnosed with benign breast disease in the past may find themselves at higher risk for developing breast cancer down the road.

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