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Study Says Breast Cancer Risk Might Be Tied To Breast Size - by: Catherine Pearson,HuffingTonPost.com


Researchers at a commercial DNA testing service say they have found a handful of genes that help determine whether a woman spends her life as an A cup or a D. ...

Coffee And Fats May Affect Fertility Treatment - by: Kathleen Doheny, WebMD Health News


What a woman drinks and eats -- especially coffee and fat -- may affect her chances of success with infertility treatments, two new studies suggest. ...

GBPA Getting Close to Medical Tourism Product - by: Jeffrey Todd, Guardian Business Editor,NasGuard.com


The chairman of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) says the island is "getting closer" to bringing a medical tourism product to fruition; Ian Fair revealed to Guardian Business that a...

Higher Rates Of Advanced Imaging Raise Radiation Exposure - by: Nicole Ostrow,Bloomberg.com


The number of Americans undergoing advanced imaging tests has skyrocketed, increasing their exposure to radiation that may result in cancer later in life, a study found. ...

FDA: Enroll more women in medical device trials - by: Rochelle Green,middletownpress


Hundreds of thousands of women at risk for irregular heart rhythms have a battery-powered, iPod-sized gadget embedded in their chests. The implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) can be a life...

Nursing Official Battled Cancer While Still Working, Gaining Master's - by: JOHN HALE,kj online


Mary Anderson survived breast cancer while she was earning a master's degree in nursing leadership online from St. Joseph's College in North Windham. Mary Anderson, left, and Tiffiny Rooney...

You are not Done After Surgery for Early Breast Cancer - by: Thomson Reuters,MSN


Women who have early breast tumors surgically removed may often go through repeat mammograms and invasive procedures for years afterwards, with two-thirds having at least one more invasive procedur...

75 Jobs from Doctors' $1M Western Move - by: NATARIO MCKENZIE,The Tribune


Globally, medical tourism is a $2 billion-a-year industry, and Doctors Hospital continues to receive an increasing number of inquiries about elective procedures available to international patients....

U-Turn Over Cervical Cancer Jab For Teenagers - by: Jenny Hope,Daily Mail


Girls are to get a better jab against sexual diseases after a U-turn by health chiefs. Cervarix, a vaccine that protects cervical cancer, will be replaced by Gardasil which also prevents up to 90 ...

Five Essentials for a Successful Inbound Medical Tourism Practice - by: Rosanna Moreno,Medical Tourism Magazine


One day a few weeks ago, a flight from the Middle East arrived in Houston. An ambulance met the plane on the tarmac and whisked a trauma patient to the emergency room of Memorial Hermann Hospital in t...

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