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Ancient Egyptians performed cancer surgery, 'extraordinary' new evidence indicates

  • Orthopedic surgeon Albert Isidro suggests ancient Egyptians conducted surgical interventions for cancer, indicating experimental medical treatments in ancient Egyptian medicine.
  • Study reveals ancient Egyptians performed surgery on individuals with cancerous cells, with evidence of tissue destruction and metastasized lesions on a male skull.
  • This discovery provides unique evidence of ancient Egyptian medicine's approach to cancer over 4,000 years ago, showcasing their attempts to address or explore the disease.
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