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Lung cancer is the first cause of cancer death in industrialized countries. In the U.S. it is the leading cause of death in men and has now surpassed breast cancer in women, taking first place in mortality. IEO Lung Cancer Program is dedicated to offer the patients suffering from this terrible disease a diagnostic and therapeutic course based on a multidisciplinary approach involving oncologists, thoracic surgeons, radiologists, radiotherapists and pathologists in order to improve survival and quality of life of every patient. ...

Cimavax vaccine is gaining popularity for cancer treatment in various research and studies. Learn how the vaccine actually works for cancer treatment. ...

Cancer treatment is not only painful and expensive but is also a very sophisticated process. Those seeking to regain their health and rid themselves off of cancer need to pay attention to a number of different factors. Please read our article to find out about the proper ways to find and decide upon the treatment, facility, and doctor to ensure the fastest and best recovery possible. ...

Almater Hospital offers over 20 years of experience providing first-class medical services to a variety of traveling North American patients, as well as international travelers in a variety of medical fields....

Minimal invasive surgery at Bangkok Hospital Harnessing the high-tech power of robotics with Da Vinci prostatectomy This year in the United States, as many as 180,000 men will be told that they have prostate cancer. By age 50, about one-third of American men have microscopic signs of prostate cancer and by age 75, half to three-quarters have some cancerous changes in their prostate glands. Fortunately, most of these cancers remain latent, producing no signs of symptoms, or they are so slow-growing that they never become a serious threat to health. However, about 16 percent of American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lives: 8 percent will develop significant symptoms: and 3 percent will die of the disease. ...

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