Tag Archives: Therapy

Breast cancer in young women: Good outcomes with advised therapy

Breast cancer in young women is characterised by more aggressive biological features as compared to those arising in older patients but outcomes are good when guideline-recommended treatments are given, according to ESMO Spokesperson Dr. Matteo Lambertini from IRCCS Policlinico San Martino Hospital — University of Genoa, Italy, commenting on results of two studies presented during… Read More »

Wales to become a ‘global player’ in cancer treatment using therapy which treated Ashya King

Wales to become a ‘global player’ in cancer treatment as pioneering centre opens offering proton beam that saved Ashya King to NHS patients The first UK centre using the method was officially opened today  Rutherford Cancer Centre has been treating cancer patients since April 2018  Ryan Scott, 23, is the first NHS Wales patient to… Read More »

Therapy dogs to be trained to accompany mentally impaired

Founded in 2014 by visually impaired lawyer Nurdeniz Tunçer and Maggie Moore, the wife of the U.K.’s former Ambassador to Turkey, Richard Moore, the Guide Dogs Association trains special dogs not only to accompany the visually impaired, but also as companions for mentally challenged children. The guide dogs are usually chosen from among certain breeds… Read More »