Cancer is one of the life threatening diseases, but now the possibility of cancer cure has grown very high. It is so due to the production of high quality medical resources, researches on it for a long time and technology development.
A colonoscopy is still a very effective procedure for combating colorectal cancer, but it may not be quite as good as previously thought, a new study suggests. The procedure does a good job of detecting early signs of disease on the left side of the colon, or large intestine, but is not as effective at spotting potential problems of the right side of the organ.
Health in India has grown out of its nascent stage. It is now on the way to further progress and technological advancement.
Coaxing a patient's own cells to hunt down and tackle infected or diseased cells is a promising therapeutic approach for many disorders.
Singapore's National University Hospital became the first in Asia to offer the first robotic assisted surgery to gynaecologic cancer patient in August 2008.
No surgery, just radiation. The latest of its kind called the Rapid Arc. Better than traditional radiation because it rotates completely around the patient and it takes just two minutes compared to traditional treatment that can take up to twenty.