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“If you have ER-/PR+ breast cancer, how can you consider to choose which foods for treatment to achieve the best results?”

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Eating is always a problem for women with breast cancer during and after treatment. BCNV would like to introduce an interpreter from www.foodforbreastcancer.com to answer the question “If you have ER-/PR+ breast cancer, how can you consider to choose which foods for treatment to achieve the best results?” Women with ER-/PR+ breast cancer are more […]

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The Love That Conquered cancer

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I was “fascinated” with the story of Hong Thao and Dinh Hoang, so I tried in as many ways as I could to come their sweet home, a small room in the house of 15 Ward, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City. Hoang Thi Hong Thao graduated from Hoc Mon Intermediate Electricity in 1996. […]

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Leitha’s Story (Part 2)

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(Continued to Part 1) I got into the car to go home, turned on the radio at the time the song “Something More” by Kristy Starling played. The words in lyrics were like a cold breeze that absorbed my whole body. I did not know how long I drove around Galveston. Eventually, I went to […]

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Functional recovery exercises after breast cancer surgery

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After breast cancer surgery, patients usually feel numbness in their hands and shoulders, feel loose and have many difficulties with movement and functional activities. Surgeons usually recommend or provide recovery exercises or guide services about functional recovery for patients. Using and practicing functional recovery exercises will help to return normal functions of hands and shoulders. […]

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Some notes that reduce the risk of lymphedema

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The lymphedema is the most dangerous complication for women after breast cancer under armpit lymph nodes. In order to reduce the risk and prevent the complication, the women mentioned above need to know the notes BCVN collected below. This article was collected by BCVN from the notes in the articles of Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy Australia […]

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New drugs can cause cancer cells to die

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A new breakthrough in the treatment of cancer is to push cancer cells to “kill themselves”, a study that has revolutionized cancer treatment. The compound making these wonderful things above is feasible to be used to treat cancer within the next five years. This breakthrough was announced by scientists at the University of New South […]

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KNOWLEDGE OF TECHNIQUES OF BREAST IMAGING DIAGNOSIS

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There are many imaging diagnostic methods of breast diseases such as mammography, breast ultrasound, radiotherapy, radioisotope. What is the imaging diagnosis These are techniques of imaging diagnosis such as X-ray (mammogram), breast ultrasound, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), SPECT imaging, PET-CT imaging … Currently, three techniques like breast ultrasound, X-ray mammogram and MRI are popularly used in […]