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Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery (MIS) technique used for diagnosing cancerous lesions in the lungs that are otherwise inaccessible or too risky to evaluate using other procedures. Doctors use imaging to guide a long, thin fiber optic camera into the lungs and create 3D pictures of the tumors.

Endocrine system is the network of small glands, including the thyroid, pituitary, the ovaries in women, and the testes in men. The endocrine system controls growth and metabolism, and produces hormones, chemicals that circulate through the bloodstream to regulate biological functioning.

Endorphins are chemicals produced in the brain that naturally alleviate pain and improve mood. Vigorous exercise may promote the release of endorphins.

Endoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery (MIS) technique used to visually examine and take tissue samples inside the body. Doctors perform these procedures using an endoscope, or a long tube with a camera attached.

Engraftment is the process by which transplanted stem cells or bone marrow cells begin growing in the recipient's bone marrow, creating new blood cells. If engraftment takes place, it's a sign that the transplant has been successful.

Estrogen is the primary female hormone, produced mainly in the ovaries. It fuels the growth of certain types of hormone-sensitive breast, ovarian, and other cancers, which are treated by blocking estrogen supply to them.

External beam radiation therapy (EBRT) is radiation treatment that originates from an external source and is directed at the site of the cancer within the body.

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