President Carter’s Cancer Therapy Showcases New Treatment Options
Former President Jimmy Carter’s seemingly successful battle with cancer has sparked interest in a new treatment that, in some cases, is more successful than traditional chemotherapy and radiation.
Former President Jimmy Carter’s seemingly successful battle with cancer has sparked interest in a new treatment that combines stimulation of the immune system with stereotactic radiation, which incorporates cameras, lasers and robots. In some cases, the treatment is more successful than traditional chemotherapy and standard radiation. (WFAA)
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