At UCSF, patient given single-dose radiation for breast cancer
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As if a breast cancer diagnosis isn't difficult enough, sometimes the treatment can disrupt the patient's quality of life for weeks. But there's a new way of delivering therapy to breast cancer patients who are over 50 and have a tumor that's three centimeters or smaller that has not spread to the lymph nodes. It takes just about a half hour, is less invasive, and a new study shows the therapy is just as effective as traditional treatment.
Why do people have to undergo radiation therapy at all? Maybe to keep the US health industry minting money.
bogus cancer cures...
I don't care how much money is involved... just show me one person who'd giving up being "the person who cured cancer" in order to save the corporation some money. Not possible, it's against human nature... If there was a cure, we'd be using it today. Ergo, there isn't yet.