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New Clinical Trial Reduces Breast Cancer Radiotherapy Side Effects

A practice-changing new clinical trial has been found to reduce long-term radiotherapy side effects in women with breast cancer. The large-scale clinical trial, conducted by The Institute of Cancer Research and the University of Cambridge, has shown that targeting or reducing the dose of radiotherapy for women with breast cancer after surgery can substantially reduce the side effects they experience in the long-term.

Reduces Breast Cancer Radiotherapy Side Effects

A practice-changing new clinical trial has been found to reduce long-term radiotherapy side effects in women with breast cancer. The large-scale clinical trial, conducted by The Institute of Cancer Research and the University of Cambridge, has shown that targeting or reducing the dose of radiotherapy for women with breast cancer after surgery can substantially reduce the side effects they experience in the long-term.

Northwestern Researchers Release A Next-Wave UV Sensor

Things your phone probably reminds you of Your mother's birthday. Your kid's doctor appointment. That thing Beyonce said on Twitter. The new episode of "The Romanoffs." Email. News headlines.

Now, thanks to scientists at Northwestern University's Center on Bio-Integrated Electronics, your phone can also tell you exactly how much sunlight your body has absorbed today, based on what you are wearing, what the weather is and where you are physically located on the globe.