Thursday, March 8, 2012

Targeted Tumor Freezing Therapy Increases Ovarian Cancer Survival

A new research study from Wayne State University School of Medicine recently proved that freezing tumors increases survival rates in ovarian cancer patients.

Most ovarian cancer patients that don't have their tumors removed successfully are given a survival rate of 7 months to 2.5 years. In the 21 women in this study, 98 percent showed a survival rate of 56 months or 4.5 years. This is incredible.

Read more about this research study here.

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