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Frank Lawson, a 77 year old gardener and retired engineer, is the first person in the UK to have their stomach removed by a robot due to gastric cancer.  This eight and a half hour surgery
The E-cadherin gene affects about 12 whanau Maori, a tribe in New Zealand, and 350 families worldwide. A simple blood test can now tell if the whanau members have the E-cadherin mutation, and it
Some symptoms, such as long lasting sore throat, unexplained weight loss, difficulty swallowing, and bleeding are often ignored due to casual thinking and seasonal patterns. Although they may be
Carrots not only protect your eyesight, but they also offer protection against cancer.  Beta carotene, which is found in carrots, strengthens the immune system and protects the body against
Oral health is not only very important in everyday life, but it is especially important to patients going through chemotherapy.  The mouth, gums, and teeth become vulnerable, and dry mouth,
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