Tag: metastatic cancer

Freezing Breast Cancer in Its Tracks

A new treatment for breast cancer, cryoablation, which uses extreme cold to kill cancerous cells, is currently under study at various sites across the U.S. Rache Simmons, MD, chief of breast surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, is the lead author on the initial clinical study of cryoablation and breast cancer, and

Disrupting Cancer’s Energy Source

Virtually all cancers can form metastatic tumors, and a malignant tumor in one part of the body can spread with relative ease to distant locations, creating new and distinct cancers. Tumor cells can travel efficiently via blood, lymphatics, or even across body cavities. Lungs and liver, brains and bone are

Are Opiates Safe for Older Adults?

As the percentage of older individuals in the U.S. population grows dramatically in the coming decades, the problem of how to address the chronic pain that is so common in this age group looms as a significant challenge. Opioid medications represent one possible response in the battle against pain in

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