Tip #30: Breast Cancer Survivors
Tip #29: Survival Rate
Tip #28: GENETIC TESTING
Tip #27: Check Up
Tip #26: Second Opinion
Tip #25: Ask Questions
Tip #24: Breast Cancer After Treatment
Tip #23: Breast Cancer Surgery
Tip #22: Breast Cancer Doctors
Tip #21: Menstrual History
Tip #20: Breast Cancer Recurrence
Tip #19: Breast Cancer Testing
More than 600,000 Americans are expected to die this year from cancer. That doesn't slow down for the coronavirus. The good news is that scientists are still working on improving our odds by finding new ways to expand the scope and accuracy of early testing. And they recently had a promising breakthrough.
Judge Sue “Lady” Sloan, an American black bear who serves as one of two mascots for Baylor University, is back in Waco after receiving care fr…
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The research team said it was able to measure the response of autistic children to different environmental cues by imaging a specific part of the brain “involved in assigning value to social interactions.”
Blinn College celebrated the graduation of 16 students from its radiologic technology program with a pinning ceremony on May 4 on the Bryan campus.
A federal judge blasted UnitedHealthcare last month for its "immoral and barbaric" denials of treatment for cancer patients.
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