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Radiation therapy, 3-D A procedure that uses computers to create a 3-dimensional picture of the tumor in order to target it as accurately as possible and give it the highest possible dose of radiation while sparing normal tissue as much as possible. Also known as targeted radiation therapy and as conformal or conformational radiation therapy.
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When you decided to be a dentist, you probably never expected to be in a position to save lives. But the fact of the matter is that all dental professionals today are being counted on to be the first line of[...]

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Researchers from Queen Mary, University of London, have developed a new gene test that detects precancerous cells in patients with mouth lesions. They think that the test could offer the possibility of early and[...]

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HOUSTON, Texas/NEWARK & WILMINGTON, Del., USA: Scientists in the U.S. have started a four-year program with the aim of regenerating artificial salivary glands from patients' own cells. As few researchers have[...]

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