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The singer made the brave decision to have a full hysterectomy - and now she's opened up about her upcoming surgery It's been a huge year for Michelle Heaton, not only has she been named Disney's Celebrity Mum of the Year, but she's made the brave decision to undergo a full hysterectomy - less than two years after having a double mastectomy.
Many advanced human tumors, including hepatocellular carcinomas are auxotrophic for arginine due to down-regulation of argininosuccinate synthetase , the rate-limiting enzyme in arginine synthesis.
Ovarian tumors create a dynamic microenvironment that promotes angiogenesis and reduces immune responses.
Even after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer for the second time , Diem Brown never let go of her desire to experience pregnancy and childbirth.
Sun-News Oncology pharmacist Marina Patterson mixes chemotherapy medication at Memorial Medical Center Cancer Center in Las Cruces on Tuesday.
Life is full of unexpected ups and downs. Sometimes our greatest joys are followed by our deepest sorrows, and through the good times and the bad we turn to our loved ones to guide and comfort us.
Lynette Foster believes so much in hope, that she and her husband Jason gave their daughter this as her middle name - Chloe Hope Foster.
The Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments Tuesday on gay marriage fights from Indiana and Wisconsin, setting the stage for one ruling.
The dramatic improvements in cancer survival mean that half of those diagnosed today can expect to live for at least 10 years, according to Cancer Research UK The proportion of patients in England who are still alive a year after being diagnosed has improved for all of the most common types of the disease, according to figures from Public Health ... (more)
Over the course of nine years, Diem Brown has displayed incredible strength and courage as she battled ovarian cancer not once, but twice.
Where National Institutes of Health funding may fall short in combatting the ebola crisis, startup OncoSynergy Inc. hopes the crowd will step in.
Volunteers Kirsten Holubeshen, planning committee member Pauline Di Filippo and volunteer Kelly Holubeshen are pictured at last year's event.
Northville residents Terrie Karebian and Vicky Van Gorder have different stories in getting diagnosed with ovarian cancer, but they share the same battle to raise awareness and help others.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:30 pm
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