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Dr. Farshid Sadeghi

January 12, 2022

Your prostate cancer search questions answered

With the help of Dr. Farshid Sadeghi, Medical Director of Genitourinary Center at CTCA Phoenix, we’ll answer some of the most-asked prostate cancer questions on Google.

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Protons

December 15, 2021

What’s the difference? Photon vs. proton radiation therapy

While photons and protons may sound a bit alike, there’s more to the differences in these cancer therapies than just the second letter in their names.

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Immunotherapy

November 17, 2021

What’s new in cancer immunotherapy?

To find new ways to expand the use of immunotherapy drugs, scientists and doctors are researching new ways to increase the use of these therapies and help stimulate the immune system to better recognize and attack cancer cells.

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Throat cancer

October 6, 2021

What’s the difference? Throat cancers

Throat cancer is a general term for several types of cancer that form in the five-inch tube inside the neck, from behind the nose to the top of the windpipe and esophagus.

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Dr. Daniel Liu

September 27, 2021

Unsatisfied with your breast reconstruction? Corrective surgery may be an option for you

Many issues that cause patients to be unsatisfied with their breast reconstruction results after mastectomy may be improved with corrective reconstructive surgery.

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Dr. Daniel Liu

September 20, 2021

Lumpectomy vs. mastectomy: A plastic surgeon’s perspective

Trying to decide between a lumpectomy and a mastectomy? Learn how each procedure may impact the look and feel of your breasts after reconstruction.

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Antimetabolites

September 1, 2021

What’s the difference? Chemotherapy drugs

Different types of chemotherapy drugs are designed to use different attack strategies.

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Gynecologic cancer

September 1, 2021

Gynecologic oncology offers women expert care

A gynecologic oncologist is trained to diagnose and treat female reproductive cancers.

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KRAS mutations

July 27, 2021

Drug approval underscores the challenges of KRAS mutations in cancer

For all the advancements in targeted therapy, some targets remain elusive—among them, genes in the troublesome RAS family.

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