Radiation therapy for prostate cancer: What to expect

I’m Dr. Danny Vesprini, Radiation Oncologist at Sunnybrook, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto. I treat prostate cancer and other malignancies. Prostate cancer is the most common malgnancy diagnosed in men in North America. The two main options of treatment are either radical prostatectomy with surgery or […]

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Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center Medical Director Discusses 2019 Cancer Advances – KUSI

– Well, there have been some major advancements surrounding cancer care here in San Diego this year, and joining us to review some of the key cancer care highlights of 2019 is Dr. Thomas Buchholz of Scripps and The Anderson Cancer Center. Good morning! – Good Morning – Great to have you here again! – […]

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World first treatment with ‘acoustic cluster therapy’ to improve chemotherapy delivery

Acoustic clusters, in which Acoustic Cluster Therapy (ACT) is based, are combinations of microbubbles which are bound to similarly sized tiny droplets in the bloodstream. If you expose it to ultrasound the droplet component vaporises into quite a large bubble. Another sound wave gently pulsates those bubbles, stretching the wall of the blood vessel and […]

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Machismo and poverty slow down checkups and increase incidence of cervical cancer

Cervical cancer affects the poorest women, those that have the least access to healthcare, because they don’t have checkups or follow any routines. Once the virus spreads, this causes certain cell changes in the neck of the womb. It can take over a year from the moment that it penetrates to the point where the […]

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Importance of Preventive Health Checkup | Dr. Indu Bansal Agarwal

Hello. You all know and would have heard that, “Prevention is better than cure”. Do you know, why cancer is considered to be a deadly disease? Why in most of the cases, cancer patients cannot be treated completely? I think, every type of cancer can be treated, if examined before hand. We have a notion […]

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Pancreatic Cancer and Photodynamic Therapy — Undergraduate Research at the College of Charleston

Pooja: Research answers the questions that doctors ask every day. Linda: Pooja’s working on optical treatment for pancreatic cancer and this new drug that she is working well really doesn’t have a lot of studies done on it yet, so she’s doing some groundbreaking work on that. Pooja: PDT is photodynamic therapy and what we […]

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DeKalb Medical Physicians Group: Top Doctors at Gynecologic Oncology Specialists of Atlanta

>>Joseph Boveri, MD: My name is Joseph Boveri, I’m a GYN oncologist, part of the GYN Oncology Specialists of Atlanta, my partner is Dr. Spann, and we’re part of the DeKalb Medical Physicians Group.>>Cyril Spann, MD: Our practice started in May of 2013, when we decided to join forces here at DeKalb and it has […]

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