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March 1999

Exercise Alleviates Fatigue and Stress During Radiation Therapy
A recent clinical trial at Johns Hopkins found that even a moderate walking exercise program improves the health of women undergoing radiation therapy for breast cancer.
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Research Review 

Promising New Therepy for Bone Cancer

Breast Cancer Therapy Safe During Pregnancy

Warning About Tamoxifen's Side Effects

Probe Assists Breast Cancer Surgery

Using Hair to Screen for Breast Cancer

Complementary Approaches

Taking Vitamins C, E and Beta-Carotene

Meat Compound May Not Be Carcinogenic

 


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