Radiotherapy is one of the 3 most commonly applied treatments in combination with chemotherapy and surgery in the treatment of breast cancer. Radiotherapy in the breast is used for various purposes, but the most common use is to irradiate the breast and armpit for adjuvant (reduction of cancer recurrence) after breast-conserving surgery.

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At a time while studies carried out on Cancer remind us that 4 out of 10 cancers are preventable, prevention messages on the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, poor diet, and obesity will never leave the news.

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Oral and oropharyngeal cancer can be treated by surgery alone or with any combination of radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy/biotherapy. Opinions about surgical treatment, the optimal combined treatment and the sequence of treatments in the combined treatment vary greatly.

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A child’s disease is the worst thing parents can expect. Moreover, a serious and possibly fatal disease. Given that today most types of cancer are treatable, if you learn about them in the early stages, the so-called on-alertness becomes an essential part of caring for children.

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The tumor of the oral cavity, that is, of the mouth, can originate from the tongue, from the lips, above all from the lower one, from the back of the throat, from the tonsils, from the salivary glands, from the gums, from the palate, from the inner part of the cheeks and from that under the tongue.

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What could be worse when young children get sick, especially if it comes to such a terrible ailment as a brain tumor in a child. This disease is known as brain cancer as a result of the division of brain cells and nearby tissues, but not everything is as simple with this disease as it might seem at first glance.

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Cancer is the most common disease. In terms of mortality, cancer is second only to heart disease. So, in 2015, 8.8 million people worldwide died of cancer. The most common form of the disease is lung cancer.

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Oncological morbidity and mortality in the world continue to grow. At the same time, in a number of economically developed countries in recent years it has been possible to reverse the negative trends: there is a decrease in the incidence and mortality from many forms of cancer, while the average life expectancy of the population is growing.

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Very aggressive for your body, cancer treatments can also have consequences on your menstrual cycles that lead to their lot of questions: should I expect a stop of the rules during my treatments? Is this judgment temporary or permanent? How can I preserve my fertility as a result of cancer treatments?

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Cancer fatigue is more intense and more difficult to manage than other types of fatigue. It is often linked to the side effects of treatments. Solutions provided by cancer treatment hospitals exist to reduce it to improve physical well-being and quality of life.

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