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Raven Keyes, author of "The Healing Power of Reiki", is a Reiki master whose healing practice is often called upon as part of a treatment protocol for Dr. Sheldon Marc Feldman's patients.
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Anna Johnson-Chase was 63 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her surgeon, Dr. Sheldon Feldman, decided to use a new therapy called intraoperative radiofrequency ablation to increase the operation's effectiveness and limit side effects.
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Study of Needle-free Tissue Expansion at NYP/Columbia
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Dr. Sheldon Feldman discusses his involvement with Sharsheret, an organization promoting awareness of breast cancer in the Jewish community.
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This figure shows the three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy (3D-CRT) APBI technique.
Investigational procedure may make radiation therapy accessible to more women. After undergoing a lumpectomy to remove the part of the breast affected by breast cancer, most women must undergo radiation therapy treatments. The standard course consists of six to seven weeks of therapy, five days a week. For women who live far from their radiation facilities, the burden associated with daily trips for almost two months can be too much to bear. As a result, some women have curtailed therapy, or even foregone radiation therapy altogether, despite the increased risk of their cancers recurring. A new kind of radiation therapy, Accelerated partial breast irradiation, or APBI, may now alleviate this travel burden and allow more women to complete this highly important therapy.
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