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New York Post
White women have a tanning addiction problema new study published on Thursday found. It was published in Cancer Epidemiolog
New York Post / Posted 4 days ago
a new study published on Thursday found. It was published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. Researchers surveyed almost 400 women who had gone tanning indoors in the past 12... Read more
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The Hill
American Association for Cancer Research urges protections for Americans with cancerkey provisions that are currently part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). For t
The Hill / Posted 17 days ago
key provisions that are currently part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). For the past two years at its Annual Meeting, the American Association for Cancer Research(AACR) has facilitated special sessions to consider the reliance of cancer patients... Read more
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Business Wire
Ignyta Announces New Data Highlighting Immuno-Oncological Efficacy of RXDX-106 at 2017 AACR Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Meeting(TAM) receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) inhibition. The data were presented in a p
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
(TAM) receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) inhibition. The data were presented in a poster session (abstract number A37) at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Special Conference on Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy in Boston,... Read more
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Newsmax
Black, Elderly Missing From Cancer Clinical Trialsalong with any reasons why certain groups are underrepresented, Duma said. The
Newsmax / Posted 27 days ago
along with any reasons why certain groups are underrepresented, Duma said. The findings were presented Monday at an American Association for Cancer Research meeting, in Atlanta. Until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal, research... Read more
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Daily Mail
White people make up 83 percent of clinical trials participantstrials could drive up death rates since we don't know how the disease affects b
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
trials could drive up death rates since we don't know how the disease affects blacks and Latinos A report from the American Association for Cancer Research found that the number of black and Hispanic people studied in clinical trials has... Read more

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