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Diagnosis And Treatment Of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer By: Gigi Chen, M.D.
Ovarian cancer represents about 25% of all female genital tract malignancies However, there are more deaths from ovarian cancer each year in the United States than from endometrial cancer and cervical cancer ...
Diagnosis and Treatment of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer By: Matthew Sirott
Ovarian cancer represents about 25% of all female genital tract malignancies However, there are more deaths from ovarian cancer each year in the United States than from endometrial cancer and cervical cancer ...
VAR Issues - "Cheap" Usually Means Scalability, Service, And Reliability Are Sacrificed By: Shell Harris
Value Added Resellers (VAR's) come in all flavors, shapes and sizes - they provide a vital service to IT departments who are suffering from severe budgetary constraints, staff and skill shortages and issues in implementing and managing increasingly ...
IDC Market Forecast Predicts Static it Spend to 2013 By: Lawrence Reaves
An IDC Market Analysis and Forecast for 2009-2013 has been released and the results demonstrate a modest increase in IT spend by SMB's worldwide - gross IT spend is predicted to rise by a mere 56% per annum and after inflation is taken into ...
Factors in Selecting a VAR By: Lawrence Reaves
Selecting a Value Added reseller (VAR) is crucial and requires pain-staking assessment of their capabilities and track record, including those who are already delivering services into a client, even when the relationship has subsisted for many ...
Was Your Ovarian Cancer Misdiagnosed By: James Finch
As many as 30,000 U.S. women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year. In 2006, between 15,000 and 16,000 women are likely to die from this silent killer. Ovarian cancer is the 5th leading cause of death among women, and it is responsible for about five percent of all ...
Drinking Tea May Guard Against Ovarian Cancer By: Nicole Weaver
Consuming two or more cups of tea a day over a period of time may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer dramatically, suggests a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. And each additional cup of tea per day appears to provide significantly more protection, investigators found.Because tea ...
Barbaras Ovarian Cancer Story Part II By: L John Mason
Part II Conquering the Fear, Fighting the Cancer Ovarian Cancer: Process and Survival Post Surgery Read Part I for information regarding diagnosis and surgery...The next few weeks after my discharge from the hospital, were very busy. My sister, Nance, and my mom decorated the house and ...
Medical Question 2 Ovarian Cysts By: Al K
Ms. L wrote me:Hello Dr. Kavokin,I was reading some of your literature and found it to be quite informative. I have a question that perhaps you may be able to answer: If a woman's ovarian cyst ruptures, (especially multiple cysts from PCOS) can these ruptured cysts become ...
NanoTube Cancer Weapons By: Lance Winslow
Nano Technology may in fact hold the keys to fighting many different types of cancer in the human bio-system. The technologies are so promising we may see survival rates skyrocket, thus everyone can live strong in the upcoming decade. Nano Tubes use in fighting cancer is indeed, a unique process; ...
Living With Cancer Anyway By: Lauren Hobson
It's a story many of us have heard before: a young woman is diagnosed with ovarian cancer (or some other horrible disease), goes through surgery and chemo, gets too sick to work, loses her job, and her health insurance eventually runs out. Heart-wrenching, for sure. Especially sad when the ...
Serious Cervical Cancer Stages and Treatments By: Lance Winslow
Serious cases of cervical cancer can be successfully treated, although it is best to catch cervical cancer early. The best way to do this is with regular, routine and periodic paps tests. In the invasive stage more drastic measures need to be taken to stop the spread of cancer and ...
The Hidden Issues Of Ovarian Cancer By: Rebecca Prescott
Dr Christiane Northrup has some interesting insights into the emotional and energetic issues associated with ovarian cancer. Whilst it is impossible to generalize emotional and energetic responses, she highlights the issue of rage in ovarian cancers. She describes the ovaries as being 'female balls' which means they relate to an ...
Barbaras Ovarian Cancer Story Part I By: L John Mason
Process and SurvivalOn October 30, 2004, I will mark an anniversary of sorts. On this date a year ago, my life changed dramatically. I remember small details like the doctor's matter-of-fact voice discussing major surgery, chemotherapy, losing my hair. I remember the "dear-in-the-headlights" look on my husband's face, a look ...
Cervical Cancer Risk Reduction By: Lance Winslow
Of all the common cancer that affect woman, cervical cancer is among the top list. Sexually transmitted HPV (human papillomavirus) is the culprit in most cases of cervical cancers. Over half of the cervical cancer reported cases occur in women between 40 and 55 although it is not uncommon for ...
Ovarian Cancer Prevention By: Lance Winslow
Ovarian cancer risks can be reduced. It might be wise to look into some of the research to develop the strategy, which is right for you. Here are a few ideas and thoughts on some of the things you might wish to add to your lifestyle or subtract in order ...
Ovarian Cancer and High in Fat and Meat Diets By: Lance Winslow
Many have speculated that high diets of fat and/or meat might increase the risks of getting ovarian cancer for women. Yet most dairy and meat associations defend their products and say that there is not comprehensive studies or research that can confirm this, in fact they say that the industries ...

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