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

January 1999

The Benefits of Radiation After Breast Surgery

Adding radiation treatment to chemotherapy after a mastectomy appears to dramatically improve a premenopausal woman's chances of surviving breast cancer, according to two presentations at the recent San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
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Ask the Experts:
Chat Session with
William C. Dooley, M.D. and
Lillie Shockney, RN, MAS

Edited Transcript of June 17, 1997 Conference InteliHealth/Johns Hopkins Forum
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Research Review

Reversing Resistance to Tamoxifen

Human Chromosome Stops Cancer Growth

Putting Salmonella to Good Use

Kinder Chemicals for Cancer Therapy

Closing in on Cancer Vaccines

Complementary Approaches

Improving upon Acupuncure?

Some Proven Benefits About the Soybean

A Cancer Plus for Beer Drinkers?

 


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