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2014/11/28 07:08
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The CONCORD-2 study, published in The Lancet, reports 5-year survival estimates for 25·7 million cancer patients diagnosed with one of 10 common cancers and 75 000 children diagnosed with acute...
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2014/11/27 21:26
2014/11/27 21:26
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Taking one disease and muddying the water so much you render diagnosis this vague --well, that's hubris. Taking a host of different infections and syndromes, and wrapping them ALL up in the same...
2014/11/27 13:51
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Updated: 11/26/2014 10:45 PM | Created: 11/26/2014 10:18 PM By: Ryan Luby, KOB Eyewitness News 4 Nearly 70 years ago, the Manhattan Project ended a war and put New Mexico on the map for nuclear...
2014/11/27 09:02
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Many older people silently harbor a blood "pre-cancer" — a gene mutation acquired during their lifetime that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood disease, scientists have...
2014/11/26 22:38
2014/11/26 22:38
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In a new study, scientists have found that it is the specific trio of cells that causes breast cancer to spread. A study, led by researchers at the NCI-designated Albert Einstein Cancer Center and...
2014/11/26 02:42
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Even after researchers had adjusted for differences between countries and regions in the risk of death from other causes by age, sex, and race, and over time, they found very large variations between...
2014/11/26 00:17
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DUARTE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--City of Hope has again gained recognition for its excellence in quality care by perhaps the most meaningful measure of all: patient satisfaction. Positive patient...
2014/11/25 22:54
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After spending more than a decade decoding breast milk’s important health-promoting constituents, a team of researchers in the Foods for Health Institute at the University of California, Davis, is now...
2014/11/25 12:54
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 5:53am BELTON — Molly White keeps a few essentials in her 2009 white Cadillac Escalade: Rubber fetuses in sizes that reflect different stages of pregnancy. A folder...
2014/11/24 22:22
2014/11/24 22:22
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Betsy Bilodeau, of Dighton, has always been very active. "I've been a runner for the last 10 years. I did two half-marathons in 2010, and I've been swimming on and off for the last five or six...
2014/11/24 16:00
2014/11/24 16:00
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Lung Cancer Screenings Now Available in Gonzales November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month Gonzales-area residents now have convenient access to lung cancer screenings through Mary Bird...
2014/11/24 15:48
2014/11/24 15:48
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The study was published online Nov. 24 in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. A growing body of research shows that hazardous-drinking smokers are at even greater risk for numerous...
2014/11/24 10:52
2014/11/24 10:52
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... Health) - Men who decide with their doctors to keep a close eye on their prostate cancer - instead of treating it right away - tend to have physical and mental wellbeing equal to or better...
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2014/11/24 07:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSFile photo: Research on HIV-related cancers was on the increase, as people living with HIV were more prone to develop certain cancers, and these cancers presented differently in...
2014/11/22 03:49
2014/11/22 03:49
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Women with healthier diets before an ovarian cancer diagnosis are less likely to die than women with poorer diets, according to study. The exceptions were women with diabetes or a high waist...
2014/11/21 15:28
2014/11/21 15:28
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HIV drugs could be used to treat and prevent AMD, the leading cause of blindness in elderly people(Reuters) An international group of scientists has discovered that a class of HIV drugs used for the...
2014/11/21 14:41
2014/11/21 14:41
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Obama Gives Nation’s Highest Honor to Scientists, Innovators By Lucas Daprile - One invented a non-invasive way to remove blood clots. Others broke down barriers in their fields. One invented flash...
2014/11/21 12:34
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Cape Town - A multi-million rand biorepository where specimens for HIV-related cancers will be stored for research has been opened by Stellenbosch University, it said on Friday. It was opened at...
2014/11/21 08:08
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In Japan, 40 percent of lung cancer cases are detected on early stages and treated with a high probability of remission; in the US 20 percent of cases have that possibility, while in Mexico, in the...
2014/11/21 07:08
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Asian-American breast cancer survivors focus of study After earning her medical degree in China, Qian Lu, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Houston, felt she could help...
2014/11/28 07:08
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