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Radiation for Breast Cancer

Radiation therapy is another way to help reduce the chance of cancer’s return. This article is a brief description of radiation therapy for breast cancer.

Radiation for Breast Cancer

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Avastin Nixed for Breast Cancer Treatment

The FDA has ruled that the cancer drug Avastin is no longer approved for treating advanced breast cancer -- but can still be used for other cancers. In a news release, the FDA stated that Avastin "has not been shown to be safe and effective" for treating breast cancer, but that Avastin would stay on the market as an FDA-approved treatment for certain types of colon, lung, kidney, and brain cancer. The FDA states that Avastin's risks include severe high blood pressure; bleeding;...

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Radiation Treatment for Breast Cancer: What to Expect

This article tells you what to expect from radiation therapy, from the treatment process to side effects.

Radiation Treatment for Breast Cancer: What to Expect

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Reviewed by Sujana Movva, MD on January 26, 2015
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