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Health+ | Innovations in Cancer Treatment

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Advances in Robotic Surgery

Surfing is a huge part of Charles Scalice’s life. So when the Seal Beach resident was diagnosed with cancer in February 2012, he searched for the least invasive treatment option, one that would give him the best shot at a good outcome and allow him to get back on his board as quickly as...

  • Diagnostic Progress for Blood Cancer
    Diagnostic Progress for Blood Cancer

    The outlook for patients with leukemia and other life-threatening blood cancers is rapidly improving thanks to targeted therapies and advancements in blood and marrow transplants, researchers say.

  • New Technology in Cancer Care
    New Technology in Cancer Care

    Cancer treatment has evolved in recent years to tap a number of cutting-edge technologies and procedures that go beyond — and often complement — robotic surgery. Southern California’s world-class medical centers are at the forefront of the revolution.

  • Steps in Recovery
    Steps in Recovery

    It is just as important to plan for success after cancer treatment as it is before beginning it, experts say.

  • A New World of Options
    A New World of Options

    Robotic surgery — the pioneering da Vinci Surgical System in particular — was initially developed to target prostate cancer. And although robotic systems are now used to treat a wide range of cancers, they remain an especially effective, minimally invasive way to deal with the...

  • A Custom Fit
    A Custom Fit

    Personalized and individualized approaches to care have been key points of progress and innovation in the field of breast oncology.

  • Treating the Whole Patient
    Treating the Whole Patient

    John Gibson discovered a few weeks following surgery that his cancer had progressed to stage 4 melanoma. That was last year, before he began treatment at the Beverly Hills Cancer Center, which he visited after a suggestion from a friend.

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    It used to be that the cancer doctor’s toolbox contained three essential tools — a scalpel to cut out the disease, chemo to poison it and radiation to zap it.

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    A Cut Above

    Lourdes Medina had undergone two spinal operations to treat a debilitating degenerative disc. They provided little relief, and she soon developed a herniated disc in her lower back.

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    Children's Hospitals

    In photographs, Megan Webber’s 5-year-old son Benjamin had a white glow on one eye where other people have that little red dot. It didn’t seem important at first, then her sister remembered seeing a TV show about the glow and eye disease.

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    Matters of the Heart

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    Standing Up to Pain

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  • A Critical Choice
    A Critical Choice

    Steve Garelick of West Hills needed surgery to fix his leaking heart valve — and right away. It was already late February and the 54-year-old certified public accountant knew he couldn’t wait until after tax season, the busiest time of year for him. What to do?

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