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[MOL] "Advanced Breast Cancer: New Reasons for Hope"



Some good news...love, Joicy

"Advanced Breast Cancer: New Reasons for Hope" to be Featured
    on "The Cutting Edge Medical Report"
    [04/29/99; PR Newswire]

BOCA RATON, Fla., April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Breast cancer is 
probably the disease women fear the most. However, there are 
new reasons for hope, particularly for those diagnosed with 
advanced breast cancer, where the disease has spread to other 
places in their bodies.

Treatments, especially those made available in the past few years, 
are helping women with advanced breast cancer live longer and
fuller lives. Beyond the traditional therapies, there are next 
generation treatments that are making the cancer easier to live with
and helping doctors more effectively fight the common side effects 
of cancer treatment.

*****

"The Cutting Edge Medical Report" will feature "Advanced Breast 
Cancer: New Reasons for Hope," in a 30-minute TV special
co-hosted by Larry Norton, M.D., of Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center in New York. The show includes interviews with
Amy Langer of the National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations 
and Harold Harvey, M.D., of Pennsylvania State University
Geisenger Health Systems.

In observance of Women's Health Care Month, this program is scheduled 
to air on Monday, May 3, at 9:00 AM Eastern and Pacific, and 8:00 
AM Central and Mountain time on PaxTV. For additional information, 
please call 1-888-380-6500. The show can also be viewed on demand 
on the Internet at ITV's website: 

	http://www.itvisus.com

The full article can be found at:

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/990429/fl_itv_cut_1.html


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