Current practice leaves the fallopian tube set up for most types of hysterectomy and tubal ligation.

The extensive research group is translating their results to benefit patient treatment. With a donation from an exclusive donor to VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation, they developed and created an educational DVD, which has been sent to all gynecologists within BC. The message is usually two-fold: take away the fallopian tube during medical procedures, and refer ovarian cancers patients who’ve a serous tumour to the Hereditary Malignancy System at the BC Tumor Company. Related StoriesNew RNA check of blood platelets may be used to identify area of cancerCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super organic killer cells' to destroy tumor cells in lymph nodesStudy displays uncommon HER2 missense mutations usually do not spread breasts cancer on the ownThe education outreach system is certainly led by Dr.Related StoriesNew DentaPlas covered implants assist in preventing infections due to bacteriaCWRU investigator receives $2.82 million NIH grant to create stealth bombs for brain cancer treatmentResearchers reveal how charged gold nanoparticles impact structure of DNA and RNAThe probe, as an electromagnet, can make variable magnetic fields, and also pulsed fields, and will be used in conjunction with a microscope for visualization, a micromanipulator for spatial control, and a catheter or endoscope for medical reasons.

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