The study followed 27 women with primary invasive breast cancer no larger than 2.

The study followed 27 women with primary invasive breast cancer no larger than 2.0 inches in diameter. One to four weeks after the ultrasound guided cryoablation women were tumors removed by lumpectomy and examined to determine whether cryoablation was effective.

Of the 27 procedures performed in the study, cryoablation successfully destroyed all cancers less than 1.0 centimeters in diameter. The process was just as effective for tumors between 1.5 centimeters called in those women with a type of cancer invasive ductal carcinoma, no significant ductal carcinoma in situ, a non-invasive breast cancer, into the surrounding tissue. Cryoablation was not shown to be effective for tumors greater than 1.5 cm in diameter. Right now, its use in patients with invasive ductal carcinoma should not be restricted more than 1.5 centimeters, but we continue to determine the limits of the procedure, ‘says Sabel..* A sample of 1002 GB adults aged 16-64 out by TNS by TNS May 2008. Interviewing carried by CAWI through the Internet , 20 sample was weighted to representing the adult population of the UK aged 16-64.

Standard Life Healthcare who led the research* Following her studies in the past year shown that humans be confused by the mixed messages that they receive approximately? healthy nutrition.

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