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Politics invade the treatment of breast cancer

Chances are you've never heard of bevacizumab.

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Knowles signs bill to cover costs of cancer treatment

Juneau resident Kate Coleman is still paying off doctors for treatment of breast cancer diagnosed last year, but a bill signed today by Gov. Tony Knowles could spare many women the financial hardship. The measure...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...still paying off doctors for treatment of breast cancer diagnosed last year, but...still paying off doctors for treatment of breast cancer diagnosed last year, but...still paying off doctors for treatment of breast cancer diagnosed last year, but...

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Women's health forum Saturday

...exams, annual clinical breast exams, and screening mammograms," she said. The general trend in diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer is less invasive than in the past, for example, performing needle biopsies rather than excisional biopsies...

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Alaska editorial: End 'drive-by' mastectomies

...provide coverage for a minimum hospital stay for mastectomies, lumpectomies, and lymph node dissection for the treatment of breast cancer and coverage for secondary consultations." If a patient has group health insurance, that means an insurer...

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