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    Radiant beads fighting liver cancer [23.07.2019]

    When life-threatening tumor tissue growing in the liver must be stopped, but surgery and chemotherapy are out of the question, then microscopically small radioactive resin beads can help.

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    Freiburg Lung Cancer Center celebrates tenth anniversary [10.07.2019]

    In 2009, the Lung Cancer Center at the Medical Center - University of Freiburg was one of the first nationwide to be certified by the German Cancer Society.

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    Harbinger of a stroke [01.06.2019]

    It comes without warning and usually passes quickly. People call it a mini-stroke. Even if symptoms such as sudden blurred vision or paralysis soon disappear, those affected should immediately call an ambulance

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    Сenter for women with hereditary breast or ovarian cancer [16.05.2019]

    The Medical Center – University of Freiburg now belongs to the German Consortium for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer

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    Take a deep breath [02.05.2019]

    Using deep inhalation and a 3D surface scan in real time, the burden on the heart can be significantly reduced in breast cancer radiotherapy

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    Supposed lung tumor has animal origin [30.04.2019]

    On the X-ray, the dark spot looked like a tumor. But examining the tissue revealed a completely different cause

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    Viagra - a pill transforming men's lives [17.04.2019]

    Many men still conceal erectile problems, although there are now good treatment options

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    New Medical Director for the Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology [01.04.2019]

    Expert in reconstructive and cancer surgery in position since 1 April 2019

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    Da Vinci surgical system employed in Freiburg [13.03.2019]

    Medical Center - University of Freiburg puts into service the first computer-assisted Da Vinci surgical system in the Freiburg area / Prostate cancer can now be treated minimally invasively and very gently.

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    New member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation [06.03.2019]

    Prof. Dr. Robert Thimme, Medical Director of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, is a new member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI).

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