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Medical technology is constantly evolving and adapting, but one disease in particular is at the forefront of worldwide funding and treatment testing: cancer. Millions of lives could be saved every year through the development of new, successful types of cancer treatment. Out of every six deaths that occur in the world, one is caused by cancer, and it is for this reason that world-leading scientists around the globe are consistently pushing for new breakthroughs in...


The holidays are in full swing. And while they can be a time of great joy and deep connection, they can also leave us feeling challenged and overwhelmed. For oncology patients and their caregivers specifically, the holidays may trigger stress, causing feelings of frustration or resentment. When patients are actively in treatment or dealing with difficult side effects, these feelings can be compounded with fear or sadness. According to experts at Cancer Treatment Centers of...


Zantac is a popular heartburn and acid-reducing medication. It’s generic name is Ranitidine. It is used in treating peptic ulcer disease, Zollinger–Ellison syndrome, and gastroesophageal reflux disease. On April 1, 2020, the Food And Drug Administration (FDA) has announced the Zantac recall, mandating all ranitidine products be recalled from U.S. markets. Major pharmacies, such as Walmart, Rite Aid, CVS, and Walgreens offered refund for Ranitidine products. The FDA found out that Zantac contains n-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA),...


Do you know? Cancer is probably the reason why nearly 2.5 million Indians have sleepless nights. Every year around 7 lakh new cancer patients are registered. Every minute cancer causes one of every 8 women to die out of cervical cancer. Cancer is a disease which occurs due to the abnormal cell growth. Cancer cells begin to divide without stopping and it spreads into the surrounding tissues. It is basically a collection of related diseases....

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