Simple Blood Test May Soon Be Able to Diagnose Brain Tumors

In the U.S. today, approximately 360,000 people have brain cancer. In 2002, 40% of the 40,000 patients diagnosed with this disease died within one year. Brain tumors are the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children under the age of 20 as well as men under the age of 39. In women between . . . → Read More: Simple Blood Test May Soon Be Able to Diagnose Brain Tumors

New Hope for Young Cancer Patients

At the University of Louvain in Brussels, Dr. Jacques Donnez and his associates at the Gynecology Research Unit are working to advance a new method of preserving the fertility of young women diagnosed with cancer. Although approximately 90% of these young women will defeat cancer with proper treatment, their ovaries are often destroyed as . . . → Read More: New Hope for Young Cancer Patients