Some doctors question new cancer treatment

The Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2010

The NanoKnife, which is also available in five hospitals outside the U.S., has so far been used to treat about 300 cancer patients world-wide. Doctors who have used the device say it has saved lives, including among prostate-cancer patients. While complications from the treatment have been reported in a few patients, some doctors say they are mainly concerned about what isn't known about the device because of a lack of evidence.

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