Accelerated fractionation concurrent with two dosages of high dosage cisplatinum gets the potential to lessen toxicity related to the chemotherapy routine by not exposing patients to a third routine, said, Phuc Felix Nguyen-Tan, M.D., presenter of the study for the RTOG and associate professor of radiation oncology at CHUM Notre-Dame in Montreal, Canada. The abstract, A Phase III Trial to check Accelerated versus Standard Fractionation in conjunction with Concurrent Cisplatin for Head and Neck Carcinomas : Record of Efficacy and Toxicity, will be presented in the plenary session on Friday, February 26, 2010.. Accelerated radiation therapy helps reduce amount of chemotherapy in advanced neck and head cancer patients Using an accelerated, shorter span of radiation therapy to get patients with advanced head and neck cancer enables doctors to reduce the amount of chemotherapy, thus reducing toxicity, according to a study presented in the Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Malignancy Symposium, sponsored by AHNS, ASCO, SNM and ASTRO.Today women are delaying to conceive at this when they have high rate of conceiving for a number of reasons. Everybody knows that natural fertility begins declining with the developing age group and majorly decrease over the age of 35 years. Several females are there who seek fertility treatment in their early forties, a stage when IVF is much less successful. The second reason is the upsurge in damages or blocked Fallopian Tubes because of the endometriosis, previous medical procedures and pelvic infections. Particularly a dramatic increase in Chlamydial illness in women that has got a big effect on Fallopian Tube has been noticed.