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Santa and the CT Scan

I spoke with a nice  lady at radiology today and they are backed up with Christmas post. They are getting loads of requests for scans. I am on her records and she says that they are dealing with the backlog for December appointments. 354 more words


A Binary Answer?

And beyond the Golden Path, his eyes looked into eternity which he knew to be the food of his soul and of his everlasting flesh. 414 more words


LabTV: Curious about Pancreatic Cancer

Growing up in Blacksburg, VA, Lindsey Brinton was constantly asking her parents how everything worked. She took this expansive natural curiosity with her to the University of Virginia, where she earned undergraduate degrees in French literature and biomedical engineering. 253 more words


Breaking the Blood-Brain Barrier

During the past five years, oncologists have reported an uptick in cancer patients with brain metastases—and it’s not clear why. I explored the impact of this development in my feature story “ 221 more words

Cancer Today

The boy who cried wolf

Seriously, I’m not the boy who cried wolf.  Yesterday when we went to the vet I started to second guess my sanity. This was the 4th time in a a week that we were there, besides regular phone calls.   509 more words

Human Reactions

Glypican-1 identifies cancer exosomes

Glypican-1 identifies cancer exosomes

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator


Glypican-1 identifies cancer exosomes and detects early pancreatic cancer

Sonia A. MeloLinda B. 3,938 more words

CANCER BIOLOGY & Innovations In Cancer Therapy

...Take me to a rock that is higher than I

I’m back home from my drawn out appointment and I am still not sure what my overriding emotion is.

The good: My oncologist explained that my CT scan from Monday showed no progression of disease and the tumours in the bone were stable. 846 more words