Immune-Boosting Gel Could Stem Spread Of Cancer After Surgery, Mouse Study Suggests
Among more than 100 mice with breast cancer, the researchers say, 65 percent showed a durable survival benefit, compared to just 10 percent of mice who got surgery alone.
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From The 'Lowest Of Lows' To The 'Highest Of Highs': Navigating A New Reality After A Cancer Turnaround
Some new cancer treatments can have miraculous results for some patients. But because the long-term prognosis with these new medications is still not clear, even after going into remission patients...