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In the journals: Nerve block quells hot flashes in women with breast cancer

A procedure called stellate ganglion blockade, in which an anaesthetic is injected into a nerve cluster in the neck, helped relieve hot flashes and sleep disturbances in test subjects who were taking breast cancer medications.

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