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MOVE MORE, live longer. It sounds simple, but complex research shows folks who are more physically active have far lower rates of cancer. Even folks who already have cancer can benefit--people who exercise during cancer treatment feel better faster, studies prove
The center currently oversees 35 clinical trials, with about 50 patients in active drug therapies and about 200 in follow-up phases, said clinical trials coordinator Shelley Francella. One trial is studying two drugs used to treat metastatic kidney cancer, and a Middletown man who beat the cancer earlier this year is hoping his involvement will help himself and others. Source: FrederickNewsPost.com
The hottest trend in interventional radiology is also its coldest. Improved technology and growing clinical experience have moved cryoablation into mainstream IR practice. Cryoprobes used to be too large to allow perutaneous intervention. But Endocare (Irvine, CA) recently introduced a 1.7-mm diameter device about one-quarter the size of the previous generation. The industrial leap has made percutaneous image-guided cryoablation possible, said Dr. J. Louis Hinshaw, an interventionalist and assistant professor of abdominal imaging at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Source: CMP Healthcare Media Group LLC, Diagnostic Imaging Magazine
Inaugural event a great experience for players and fans
Ohio State football student-athletes have started a student organization called Uplifting Athletes, joining other college football programs in an effort to make rare diseases better known. Their first event will be a college football video game tournament on Wednesday, July 30, at Eddie George's Grille 27 from 4 - 8 p.m. The event will raise funds for the Kidney Cancer Association and increase awareness for this rare disease.
Two year survivor Ashraf Khalil is selling homemade Hummus and Baba Ghanoog to benefit the Kidney Cancer Association. Please read below for more information.
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