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New blood test may help detect breast cancer

New blood test may help detect breast cancer

Another study published by the Clinical Breast Cancer has proven the usefulness of Videssa Breast as a diagnostic complement to images of women with abnormal findings and has shown that it could potentially reduce biopsy use by as much as 67%. "The use of biomarkers for cancer detection is a major advance in the management of women with dense breasts and in navigating many diagnostic challenges. As a clinician, the ability to identify who will benefit most, monitor and rule out breast cancer in women, when they get suspected findings, is tremendous, "says Elayne Arterbery, a St. Mary's of Saginaw oncologist." This study also validates the scientific promise and increasing role of biomarkers in addressing diagnostic challenges for women with breasts dense and the merits of new research to help expand the way we put that science to benefit women, "she concludes.


Vera Fischer is hospitalized

Vera Fischer is hospitalized

Actress Vera Fischer was admitted to the São Vicente Clinic in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday (27) . The reason for the hospitalization is due to a badly healed flu that could become bronchitis. According to the advisory, the actress is expected to be discharged until tomorrow (28). Complications of badly healed influenza In general, influenza is a self-limiting disease, that is, the immune system itself is responsible for curing it.

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Sex is good for men's heart health, study finds

Sex is good for men's heart health, study finds

A study published in the scientific journal Journal of Sexual Medicine points out that may bring benefits to men's heart health. According to the researchers, sex can improve blood circulation. This is because in order for a man to reach the erection, there must be blood flow to the penis. Therefore, whenever the body is stimulated to reach the excitation the blood vessels are irrigated and this helps to prevent the accumulation of chemical homocysteine.

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