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Could uterus transplant be the next fertility treatment?

Although a newer field of medicine, transplants of various forms have now become commonplace in the attempts to save lives and improve quality of life for patients. Currently, successful transplants have been performed of kidneys, pancreas, liver, lungs and heart, to name...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Nintedanib in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel is an active first-line treatment that significantly improves progression-free survival for women with advanced ovarian cancer, according to a new study published online ahead...

source: Cancer Therapy Advisor

Uterine fibroids are very common non-cancerous (benign) growths that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus. They can range in size from very tiny (a quarter of an inch) to larger than a cantaloupe, and while they do not always cause symptoms, their size and location...

source: Boston Magazine

Thanks to their impressive accuracy and agility, robotic surgical arms are being used more than ever to perform delicate medical operations. However, these tools lack one crucial thing a human surgeon has: a sense of touch. Now, according...

source: redOrbit

For women with uterine cancer, robotic surgery is more costly but is associated with decreased length of hospital stay and higher rate of lymph node dissection, according to a study published in the November issue of the American Journal...

source: HealthDay News

Five medical groups have filed a complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) stating the 27 states that deny bariatric surgery coverage are in non-compliance with the ACA and violate the ban against denying...

source: HealthcareDIVE

Women who have ovarian cancer often develop a condition called ascites, which is a buildup of fluids in the abdomen according to a study published in Cancer Research. The most common treatment for ascites is puncturing...

source: Medical Xpress


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