Heart Health

  1. Advances in breast cancer reconstruction

    Reconstructive surgery of the breast is one of the areas of plastic surgery is the most innovating.
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  2. International Day of breast cancer, October 19th.

    Every day 44 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in our country. This figure is not only a fact that serves to augment a host of statistics.
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  3. Discovered a treatment against an aggressive childhood cancer

    A study made by IDIBELL researchers shows that glucose metabolism inhibition with 2-deoxyglucose (2-DG) induces cell death in a type of childhood sarcoma: alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. The results have been published in the journal Cancer Research.
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  4. Viruses Could Target Hard-to-Kill Cancer Cells

    For the first time, researchers have shown viruses can be delivered through a person's bloodstream to infect cancer cells without infecting other tissues, according to a new study.
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  5. Increasing cases of melanoma

    Melanomas have increased by 237% in the last 30 years, so that dermatologists emphasize the importance that people follow the advice of sun protection and come with a family history specialist regularly.
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  6. Doubts about the preventive efficacy of mammography

    An article published in the British Medical Journal has revealed an uncomfortable truth that can result in a few months to review the test system for breast cancer prevention in Europe.
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  7. CAD: Ineffective in Finding Breast Cancer

    Computer-aided detection (CAD) uses software that is designed to improve how radiologists interpret mammograms, but new research is suggesting that this technology may actually make these readings less accurate.
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  8. Ice sculptures to fight melanoma

    According to the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC) are diagnosed each year in Spain more than 3,200 new cases of melanoma.
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  9. Spanish scientists sequenced the genome of leukemia

    The discovery of four genes are involved in the development of chronic lymphocytic leukemia raises the hope of developing new drugs against the disease.
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  10. Dichloroacetate: molecule against cancer that may never see the

    Canadian researchers have obtained encouraging results in the fight against cancer using dichloroacetate (DCA), however, this substance does not require patent, which is no business for the pharmaceutical industry and could be discarded for clinical trials.
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