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Article ID: 9420

Supplement Combats Mineral Loss in Patients Taking Thiazide

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A new study presented today (October 26) at the American Society of Nephrology meeting documents the advantages of a single supplement capable of maintaining adequate body stores of potassium and magnesium for patients on thiasize diurectics.

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    25-Oct-1998 12:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 9489

Relapse Rate for Breast-Conserving Surgery

American College of Radiology (ACR)

Women 40 years old and younger who have breast-conserving surgery for breast cancer appear to have a higher risk for recurrence and spread of the disease than older patients, researchers presented at the ASTRO meeting.

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Article ID: 9488

Lumpectomy, Radiation Therapy Still Under-Used

American College of Radiology (ACR)

Breast-conserving treatment for early-stage breast cancer patients is still being under-used, but the number of patients receiving lumpectomy followed by radiation is increasing nationwide, researchers presented at the ASTRO meeting.

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Article ID: 9487

Race Does Not Influence Outcome in Prostate Cancer

American College of Radiology (ACR)

African American patients with early stage prostate cancer are not more likely than their Caucasian counterparts to have their cnacer recur, researchers presented at the ASTRO meeting.

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Article ID: 9486

3D-CRT Treatment Choice for Prostate Cancer

American College of Radiology (ACR)

3-D confromal external beam radiation therapy is as effective as surgery in treating patients with early state prostate cancer, researchers presented at the ASTRO meeting.

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Article ID: 9413

Study Reveals Interaction Between Pacemakers and Anti-Shoplifting Gates

Heart Rhythm Society (NASPE)

Virtually all pacemakers can be interfered with by the magnetic fields of anti-shoplifting gates, according to a study just published in PACE, the official journal of the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology.

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24-Oct-1998 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 223

Same-Day Brain Surgery on the Horizon

Cedars-Sinai

A new type of minimally invasive, fully endoscopic skull base brain surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center gives surgeons a panoramic view of pituitary tumor sites and results in reduced O.R. time, fewer complications, no scarring, and a shorter length-of-stay.

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Article ID: 9623

New Gallup Survey--Smokers' Increased Desire to Quit

Porter Novelli, New York

According to a Gallup survey released today, the number of smokers who are very interested in quitting has increased dramatically in the last five years.

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23-Oct-1998 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 9614

State-of-the-Art Endosuites

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Two video screens, each suspended from cantilevered booms, face both sides of the surgical table. Videocassette recorders and assorted monitors rest in staggered modules below the screens. Gleaming surgical instruments lie in precise rows.

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"Nerve Mapping" Helps Preserve Sexual Function

Stanford University School of Medicine

Urologists at Stanford are evaluating a new surgical tool that can help spare men from becoming impotent after surgery for localized prostate cancer.

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