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Laser Therapy May Aid Sexual Function in Breast Cancer Survivors

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From: healthday.com Fractional CO2 laser therapy helps improve sexual function among breast cancer survivors with genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM), according to a study published online Feb. 1 in Menopause. Allison M. Quick, M.D., from The Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, and colleagues evaluated change in sexual function following treatment with fractional CO2 laser therapy in breast cancer …

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IntraOp and OSU Announce Collaboration in FLASH

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Source: IntraOp Medical Corporation From: PR Newswire New Technology and Research has potential to transform the fundamentals of radiation oncology unlocking new opportunities for cancer patients. IntraOp Medical Corporation announced today the delivery of its pre-clinical high dose rate electron beam linear accelerator to The Ohio State University Comprehensive James Cancer Center  – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard …

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5-Day Partial Irradiation Effective in Early Stage Breast Cancer

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From: healthline.com Researchers say the new treatment option is effective and less complex for some women with early stage breast cancer. For most women with early stage breast cancer, treatment options have been limited. Either remove the breast via mastectomy, or remove the tumor and irradiate the entire breast for weeks. But new research indicates that, for some women, a …