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Cause and cure of breast cancer - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   can i voice-chat?
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User :   ok
User :   what's the cure for breast-cancer?....& the cause???
Doctor :   Cause is not really known it has been related to the genetic change that is occuring inside the cells
Doctor :   and the treatment would be Surgery to remove the primary cells and then
Doctor :   radiotherapy
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User :   will that be a permanent cure
Doctor :   Removal of the Tumor cells will be the best that can be provided to the patient
Doctor :   intotal removal
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