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Better Imaging Allows More Women to Opt for Breast-Conserving Surgery

Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter December 9, 2022

Better Imaging Allows More Women to Opt for Breast-Conserving Surgery

Mastectomy has long been the standard of care for certain breast cancer patients, but it still may be more extensive than many women need, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that many women who have two or even three breast tumors may be able to have breast-conserving lumpectomies instead of having the entire breast removed.

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Black Patients With Brain Tumors Less Likely to Get Surgery Than Whites

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter December 9, 2022

Black Patients With Brain Tumors Less Likely to Get Surgery Than Whites

Black patients with brain tumors may be less likely to have surgery recommended to them than white patients are, according to a large U.S. study.

The research, which looked at two national databases, found that on average, Black patients were less likely to have surgery recommended for any of four types of brain tumor. That included three ... Full Page

Workplace Fumes, Dust Could Raise Odds for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter December 9, 2022

Workplace Fumes, Dust Could Raise Odds for Rheumatoid Arthritis

The air where you work could be increasing your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, a new study suggests.

Breathing in the fumes from commercial vapors, gases and solvents -- and even common dusts found in the workplace -- appears to increase chances of the chronic autoimmune joint disorder, researchers reported Dec. 6 in the Anna... Full Page

Gene Test Might Help Some Breast Cancer Patients Skip Radiation After Lumpectomy

Denise Mann HealthDay Reporter December 9, 2022

Gene Test Might Help Some Breast Cancer Patients Skip Radiation After Lumpectomy

A new genetic test may help determine which people with breast cancer can safely skip radiation after breast-conserving surgery to remove their tumor.

Individuals with invasive breast cancer who had low scores on an investigational gene panel were just as likely to experience a recurrence if they received radiation therapy after breas... Full Page

What Is Stiff-Person Syndrome, the Illness Afflicting Celine Dion?

Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter December 9, 2022

What Is Stiff-Person Syndrome, the Illness Afflicting Celine Dion?

Stiff-person syndrome: Superstar singer Celine Dion announced Thursday that she is living with this rare neurological condition and has canceled and postponed tour dates to deal with her health issues.

"Recently, I've been diagnosed with a very rare neurological disorder called the stiff-person syndrome, which affects something like one in... Full Page

AHA News: You're Not a Polar Bear: The Plunge Into Cold Water Comes With Risks

By American Heart Association News December 9, 2022

AHA News: You're Not a Polar Bear: The Plunge Into Cold Water Comes With Risks

Jumping into icy cold water in the dead of winter might seem like a crazy idea, but the so-called polar bear plunge has become a popular activity, often paired with raising money for charity.

Boosting its allure is another anything-but-hot trend, the practice of cold therapy, based on the belief that exposing the body to cold water and air... Full Page

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