The Radiant Wrap Blog

Surviving Breast Cancer – Are we really different people for it?

By trwadmin | September 22, 2014 |

I was talking to an old friend last week who I haven’t seen in over twenty years. He had heard that I had Breast Cancer and told me he was really sorry for not reaching out- that I must have gone through hell and how was I? It struck me...

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PALB2 Gene

By trwadmin | August 13, 2014 |

“Study Shows Third Gene as Indicator for Breast Cancer” As Printed in the NY Times By Nicholas Bakalaraug, August 6, 2014 Mutations in a gene called PALB2 raise the risk of breast cancer in women by almost as much as mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2, the infamous genes implicated in...

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Dogs Detect Ovarian Cancer

By trwadmin | July 10, 2014 |

Dogs Detect Ovarian Cancer By Angela Zimm May 18, 2014 on This is Amazing!!! Here’s the article….. Cancer detection dog McBaine is trained to sniff out the odorants that indicate a woman has ovarian cancer, a disease that has no effective test for early detection. Which is better at...

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Childbirth After Chemotherapy- Zoladex Study

By trwadmin | May 31, 2014 |

One feared side effect in many young women after Chemotherapy is early menopause and infertility. MD Anderson launched a study with the drug- Zoladex- which is thought to reduce the risk of developing ovarian dysfunction as a result of chemotherapy. NBC News reports that out of 218 women who had...

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Nurse Navigators- Breast Oncology

By trwadmin | May 25, 2014 |

Read how Nurse Navigators are working to bring Radiant Wrap gowns into their Cancer Centers for their Breast Cancer patients: (click on the article title below:) “Nurses champion alternative wrap for radiation patients“ Debra Anscombe Wood, RN Monday May 5, 2014

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