According oncologist Dr ejeculation problems.

According oncologist Dr ejeculation problems . Llacer Llacer Moscardo Pelvic cases may take 12 to 14 to to treat with IMRT, but now it it in less than two minutes with a bow or, if clinically relevant, about three minutes with two arcs around the patient with RapidArc. When we do this, there are fewer opportunities for the patient to move, and we reduce the likelihood of internal movement play a role movement to be much movement in the pelvis be fast treatments reduce the possibility of inaccuracies and increase patient comfort. .

With RapidArc can Varian Clina medical linear accelerator radiation beams directed at a tumor and thereby producing a continuous rotational. The patient at Conventional IMRT treatments are slower and more difficult for radiotherapy radiologists because tumors with a complex sequence of fixed beams from multiple angles target – RapidArc technology allows better control of the dose more closely to the form size. And location of the tumor. Faster treatment also contributes to precision by the time assume the movement can in the anatomy, and laboratory tests that faster dose delivery cancer cells kill more effectively. with this technology, we have the opportunity to improve outcomes while offering more patients care care have expanded, said Fenoglietto. We are the first hospital in France and the fourth in Europe to offer this treatment to patients. .

In addition, darker skin may be more prone to smoking addiction, addictive Study.

Blacks and other with darker skin may be at greater risk to Smoking Cessation than white and people with light skin, because of the greater the amount of melanin, the coloring pigment to Haut will appear, that more nicotine are stored, according to preliminary results of posted published in the journal Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, the New York Times reported. For study, lead researcher Gary King Professor of biobehavioral health at Penn State University, saw at 150 black smokers and extent its level of melanin and cotinine, a byproduct of of nicotine. In addition, the subscriber interviewees their level of smoking habit to be determined.