Mexican Cancer Researcher Wins Prize–Medical Tourists

Mexican Cancer Researcher Wins Prize--Medical Tourists note a step forward.
Mexican Cancer Researcher Wins Prize–Medical Tourists note progress happens everywhere.

Most noteworthy, a Mexican student is helping advance #immunotherapy in #cancer treatment. Continue reading “Mexican Cancer Researcher Wins Prize–Medical Tourists”

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Mexican Device Detects Cancer, Raises Awareness

Mexican Device Detects Cancer three times better
Mexican Device Detects Cancer far more simply than this.

Mexican Device Detects Cancer on World Lung Cancer Day

August 1 is World Lung Cancer Day. The good news is that early detection helps cancer victims live longer. Furthermore, new technology detects cancer earlier and earlier. Continue reading “Mexican Device Detects Cancer, Raises Awareness”

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Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab

Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer  also justifies saving jungles.
Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer shows lots of promise.

Using chan, or pignut, to battle cancer originated among the people of Copainala Chiapas in Mexico. Its reputation for winning that battle has reached the ears of researchers at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). The researchers have found a component in the plant that, in the laboratory at least, eliminated cancerous breast tissue. Continue reading “Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab”

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Did Castro’s Roots Lead to Cuba’s Medical Eminence?

Cuba's ruler for six decades: Fidel Castro
Cuba’s Fidel Castro as playful elder

Cuba’s Medical Roots in Fidel’s Life?

Sixty years ago almost to the day, the press announced that a rebel named Fidel Castro, son of a successful doctor, had died upon trying to invade — or re-enter — his homeland, Cuba. The media was wrong then but right this past week, announcing the natural death of an autocrat who had survived, by his count, hundreds of assassination attempts. Continue reading “Did Castro’s Roots Lead to Cuba’s Medical Eminence?”

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