Re: [MOL] Cancers: Skin/Breast/{rostrates/Arsenic Therapy//// [01755] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Cancers: Skin/Breast/{rostrates/Arsenic Therapy////



This just sounds so weird that a bug spray can kill cancer.
I still wonder about what someone said that cancer could be
some kind of worm?    Beav

Lillian wrote:

>   FDA Approves Arsenic Therapy
>
> WASHINGTON (AP) - A form of arsenic once used as insect
> poison
> won Food and Drug Administration approval Tuesday as a
> leukemia
> treatment after studies found small doses helped patients
> with a
> rare but deadly form of the disease.
>
> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?298740 Researchers Find
> Higher Doses Of Radiation Help Some Prostate
> Cancer Patients Live Longer
>
> (ACS NewsToday) - Higher doses of radiation therapy help
> some
> patients with localized prostate cancer to live longer,
> according
> to a recent study.
>
> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?298601 "Booster" Doses
> Of Radiation Shown To Reduce Breast Cancer
> Recurrence
>
> (ACS NewsToday) - "Booster" doses of radiation after
> standard
> radiotherapy following breast cancer surgery can
> substantially
> reduce the chances of a recurrence in women treated for
> early
> stage breast cancer, according to authors of a study
> presented at
> the annual conference of the European Society for
> Therapeutic
> Radiology and Oncology.
>
> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?298522
> _
>
> Australia Struggles To Control Skin Cancer Rates
>
> (ACS NewsToday) - The world is watching the 2000 Olympics
> unfold
> in Sydney, Australia - the country with the highest rates
> of skin
> cancer in the world.
>
> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?298745       We invite
> you to take a look at our Album.
> www.angelfire.com/sc/molangels/index.html   ( Very
> informational, good tips, Molers pictures, art work and
> much more....



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