Hyperthermia Improves Response Rates in Recurrent Cancers

Clinical studies show that the application of heat to tumors, particularly superficial ones, in combination with radiation produces a better response than radiation alone. The procedure helps address the limitations of repeat radiation for many patients by effectively increasing radiation dose without substantially increasing side effects.

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Research Shows HDL Has Cancer-Fighting Ability

Apolipoprotein A1, a major component of HDL, blocks metastatic malignant melanoma and lung cancer through multiple pathways. ApoA1 injections not only inhibit tumor growth and progression in mice, but spur tumor and metastases regression.

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