Many women suffering from breast cancer choose to have a double mastectomy, a surgery that removes both breasts. But a new study shows it may not be resulting in fewer deaths. The study involved nearly 200,000 California patients who were followed for several years.
Workers say what wasn’t installed inside a western Wisconsin hospital put them in danger while doing their jobs. Four CT technologists have filed a lawsuit claiming they were exposed to excess radiation for years at Hudson Hospital. The lawsuit says construction crews installed the wrong glass inside the room where they read the scans. As Hudson Hospital undergoes a $10 million expansion, it’s a small sheet of glass that has shattered the trust of four CT technologists.
It’s a tough decision that comes after a tough diagnosis. Women diagnosed with breast cancer must decide whether to have a lumpectomy, or a mastectomy.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, choosing a course of treatment can be difficult.
Christmas is just over a week away, but Santa was in town to make an early stop at HCMC. He paid a special visit to a little boy fighting brain cancer.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it has detected slightly elevated levels of radiation in rainwater in St. Paul. The EPA says elevated levels were expected after the March 11 tsunami in Japan and are not dangerous.
Science?! What science? CNN’s Nancy Grace, argued with a meteorologist last night about the potential danger to Americans of the radiation from Japan’s failing nuclear plants. Take a look at the video.
Ann Coulter shared some different views of radiation danger, that she shared with Bill O’Reilly on his program last night.
Lino Lakes votes tonight on the English speaking only proposal Cell Phones and radiation. What’s that all about? Eric Schmidt, terrorism expert from the New York Times on Wikileaks Michael Rothfeld of Wall Street Journal […]