Non-Surgical Cryoablation Treatment of Breast Cancer Tumors

Cryoablation is the technique of using extreme cold to destroy tissue. It has been used for years in medical applications like dermatology, kidney, prostate, and liver to treat both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors.  Dr. Fukuma at Kameda Medical Hospital developed the technology to remove breast cancer by non-surgical cryoablation.  By this non-surgical treatment, Dr. Fukuma’s patients avoid

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Asian female patient

Endovascular Treatment at IGT Clinic

Catheter guided cancer therapy:  inject the drug only around the cancer area, instead of whole-body administration, which allows minimizing the dosage of drugs and damage to surrounding healthy organs. Under the advanced imaging instrument and technology, and experienced experts, IGT clinic has a long-time history and repeated patients worldwide.   The clinic is located within

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Breast Cancer

MediPolis Technique with Breast Cancer

Medipolis Technique: immobilization for breast cancer radiotherapy It is not always necessary to aim for great precision when the whole breast is irradiated after breast-conserving surgery but targeted proton beam therapy requires immobilization of the breast and this presents practical difficulties for clinicians. Further, there is no consensus on the best position of the patient

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Proton Therapy vs. X-rays

Radiation therapy with X-rays is a valuable treatment option for many cancers but its role is limited by the risk of damage to organs adjacent to the tumor site that can sometimes be life threatening. This is because X-rays are highly penetrating, imparting ionizing energy to cells as they pass through the skin and tissues.

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non invasive skin treatments

8 Non Invasive Cosmetic Treatments That Save You Time

Kristi Carignan Sick of your lengthy beauty regimen? More and more women are ditching their typical routine and turning to non-invasive cosmetic treatments in efforts to limit the time they spend getting ready every morning.   For those who don’t want to undergo invasive surgery, there are many permanent and semi-permanent non-invasive options available. These

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medical tourism

Demand for Medical Tourism Grows

Cost is a common motivation for medical travelers. Patients in the US are increasingly looking abroad for affordable health care. World class medical facilities and highly trained surgeons can be found all around the world, and can often offer better value for money. A medical holiday offers the opportunity to better recover from surgery. Patients

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How To Find High-Quality Surgeons Who Specialize In Artificial Joint Replacement

If you’re looking for high-quality options for your artificial joint replacement needs, this article has been written for you. Perhaps you’re considering one of the most common joint replacements (knees or hips). Or perhaps you’re considering shoulder, fingers, ankles, or elbow joint replacement. Whatever the case, you probably know that in the US, Canada, and

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Is Traveling Abroad For Artificial Joint Replacement Really Worth It?

Many people who contact Taqtik have heard about the advantages of traveling internationally for artificial joint replacement. However, they often have concerns about the overall cost, including travel expenses, quality of service, schedule availability, and perhaps most importantly, the quality of the joint replacement doctors and staff. In this article, we’ll consider some of the

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Looking For A Surgeon Who Specializes in Artificial Joint Replacement?

Whether it’s osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or suffering chronic pain from inflammation, worn cartilage, damaged bones, muscles, or tendons, you may need to find a surgeon who specializes in artificial joint replacement. These types of doctors are called orthopedic surgeons. According to Dr. George Haidukewych, orthopedic surgeons are “basically the surgeons of the musculoskeletal system.” They

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Looking For An Excellent Orthopedic Doctor?

Whether it’s a dislocated shoulder from falling, a torn ligament from playing basketball, a worn-down hip from years of osteoarthritis, or chronic back pain from an injury, the type of doctor you need to see is an orthopedic doctor. According to Dr. George Haidukewych, orthopedic surgeons are “basically the surgeons of the musculoskeletal system.” They

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