“Before, hearing about cancer was horrible. Now 80% of the cases are cured.”

“Before, hearing about cancer was horrible.  Now 80% of the cases are cured.”

Alicante hosts the I Onco Congress is aimed at patients organized by the club Alicante for the fight against cancer. Its President, Pablo Enríquez, highlights the great advances in surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy that will allow personalized treatments using the patient’s own defences. This meeting, aimed at patients, family members and volunteers, will include … Read more

Aerobic exercise can reduce the risk of metastatic cancer

Aerobic exercise can reduce the risk of metastatic cancer

A Tel Aviv University study shows that aerobic exercise can reduce the risk of metastatic cancer by 72% This type of exercise increases the consumption of glucose (sugar) from the internal organs. They require a short sprint, followed by a walk and another sprint That aerobic exercise can to reduce the Risk of metastatic cancer … Read more

Dies after a kidney transplant with cancer

Dies after a kidney transplant with cancer

A man dies with cancer after a kidney transplant without doctors noticing the malignant tumor Parminder Singh Sidhu, 49, was transplanted to his native India in 2005 The patient with hip pain died in agony: the cancer had spread to the spine Parminder Singh Sidhua 49-year-old man died last March after receiving the transplantation individually … Read more

A 49-year-old man dies after mistakenly transplanting a kidney suffering from cancer

A 49-year-old man dies after mistakenly transplanting a kidney suffering from cancer

A mistake in choosing a kidney for transplantation ended in life in London Parminder Singh Sidhu, 49 years old. The man underwent surgery in April 2021 to preserve the organ, which turned out to be cancerous. The doctors at that time did not realize that the kidney had a malignant tumor, from which the Briton … Read more

“Before, hearing about cancer was horrible. Now 80% of the cases are cured.”

“Before, hearing about cancer was horrible.  Now 80% of the cases are cured.”

Alicante hosts the I Onco Congress is aimed at patients organized by the club Alicante for the fight against cancer. Its President, Pablo Enríquez, highlights the great advances in surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy that will allow personalized treatments using the patient’s own defences. This meeting, aimed at patients, family members and volunteers, will include … Read more

In vitro fertility cycles do not affect the type of breast tumor in some patients

In vitro fertility cycles do not affect the type of breast tumor in some patients

A study by Dexeus Mujer analyzes the possible impact of ovarian stimulation on the different subtypes of this disease Come on In Vitro Fertilization Cycles do not affect them type of breast tumor that some patients develop, according to a study by Dexeus Mujer that analyzes the possible effect of ovarian stimulation treatment in the … Read more

Radiation therapy does not improve survival at 30 years for breast cancer

Radiation therapy does not improve survival at 30 years for breast cancer

Radiation therapy after breast-conserving surgery, along with chemotherapy or tamoxifen to treat early-stage breast cancer, reduces the risk of the disease returning in the same breast within 10 years of diagnosis, but still hardly affects this risk from this time. It also does not improve overall survival at 30 years. Ian KuklerHonorary Professor of Clinical … Read more

Women with benign tumors are twice as likely to develop breast cancer

Women with benign tumors are twice as likely to develop breast cancer

The risk of developing breast cancer in the future nearly doubles in women diagnosed with benign breast diseaseaccording to research presented this Thursday at the European Congress on Breast Cancer. This conclave, organized by the patient group Europa Donna, the European Society of Specialists in Breast Cancer Eusoma and the European Organization for Research and … Read more

Women with benign tumors are twice as likely to develop breast cancer

Women with benign tumors are twice as likely to develop breast cancer

The risk of developing breast cancer in the future nearly doubles in women diagnosed with benign breast diseaseaccording to research presented this Thursday at the European Congress on Breast Cancer. This conclave, organized by the patient group Europa Donna, the European Society of Specialists in Breast Cancer Eusoma and the European Organization for Research and … Read more

A group of experts warns of a cancer epidemic in Europe in the next decade

A group of experts warns of a cancer epidemic in Europe in the next decade

That Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of the health systems in the cancer treatment, and the gaps in cancer research in Europe. “Improvements in these areas are urgently needed, otherwise progress against this disease will be delayed by almost a decade.” This is the warning of a report prepared by an expert panel of … Read more