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May/June 1999

Surgical Advances Are Minimizing Follow-up Treatment

Some women with a common form of breast cancer, ductal carcinoma in situ or DCIS, may be undergoing radiation treatments unnecessarily according to a new University of California study.
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Research Review

A Plant-Based Fat May Inhibit Cancer

Vaccine May Increase Survival

Weekly, Low-Dose Taxol has Fewer Side Effects

Positive Results from Epirubicin Treatment

Cancer Screening Opportunities Often Rejected

Complementary Approaches

Vitamins May Make Cancer Less Aggressive

Exercise Reduces Chemotherapy Fatigue

Be Wary of Certain Herbs for Menopause

Soy Cuts Breast Cancer Risk

 


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