Why the Ephesus Artemis
came to be a symbol for
this survivor e-zine?

December 1998

Combining Taxol and Standard Chemotherapy

A slew of new research is suggesting that Taxol (paclitaxel), the widely-used chemotherapy agent originally developed from compounds found in the bark of the yew tree, increases a woman's chance of survival when used in combination with other chemotherapy drugs after surgery.
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The Other Side of Breast Cancer

Lillie Shockney came through a double mastectomy a better woman. Now hundreds of other survivors are benefiting from her experience.
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Research Review

Awareness and attitudes concerning BRCA gene testing

Patient Regrets After Bilateral Prophylactic Mastectomy

Prevention Services in Primary Care

Laser Lumpectomy Without Surgery

Complementary Approaches

Fruits and Vegetables vs. Vitamins

Cancer Risk Linked to Nutrition and Diet

 


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