One patient with glioblastoma still alive nine years later
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The hope is the new technology will reduce the need for follow-up surgeries
Thu Feb 13, 2014 11:10 AM
I really enjoy reading the cancer compass newsletters. They are very informative - enlightening and give hope for better and easier diagnosis in the future for the different types of cancer.
It helps to educate us regarding the different types of cancers - what signs to look for and widens our perspective on alternative treatments.....
Fri Feb 14, 2014 03:21 AM
A great news for those requiring a complete cancer resection if their surgeon(s) can be aided and use such new technology. Hopefully the staining and detection technique shall be applicable all or to many other cancerous cell types.
Thu Apr 24, 2014 12:38 AM
great news....can u show us melanoma patients what the cancer looks like?.....like now? no one has ever been able to show me what it looks like. One Doctor did describe as " imagine musical notes" and those notes are n "nests". am i being too morbid? i jst cannot picture. am currently in Year One, Month 5 of Interferon ( after surgery )in five year treatment plan.
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