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Medical News Today: Lung cancer in pictures: What does it look like?
-Medical News Today - Thu Mar 23 08:09:13 EDT 2017
More than half of people with lung cancer survive if the disease is detected while it's still localized in the lungs. Lung imaging scans can reveal the location, severity, and even...
Keep Colon Cancer At Bay
-MedlinePlus - Thu Mar 23 08:12:13 EDT 2017
WEDNESDAY, March 22, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Colon cancer can be treated and cured if it's diagnosed early, and a colonoscopy is one of the best ways to detect the disease, a gast...
Medical News Today: Metastatic --- cancer: Symptoms, treatment, and outlook
-Medical News Today - Sat Mar 25 02:09:55 EDT 2017
Metastatic --- cancer is when the cancer has spread to other parts of the body. Also referred to as stage 4 or advanced cancer, it can occur if initial treatment for --- canc...
Taking The Pill Might Help Prevent Certain Cancers
-Refinery29 - Thu Mar 23 11:06:34 EDT 2017
Last year, it was found that the pill might also help lower the risk for ovarian cancer. However, as the American Cancer Society notes, taking birth control pills could also slight...
March 24 (UPI) -- Researchers have developed a computer program that can detect cancer and identify its location using a patient's blood sample. "Non-invasive diagnosis of cancer i...
Alief HS student battling cancer has died
-ABC-13 - Sun Mar 26 14:02:51 EDT 2017
An Alief Hastings High School graduating senior battling cancer has died, according to a school representative. Ebony Banks was battling stage four cancer at MD Anderson Cancer Cen...
A person who sticks to a healthy lifestyle — doesn't smoke, doesn't eat processed foods, stays fit with regular workouts, steers clear from carcinogens — and who has no known ...
Machines which detect cancer symptoms could be out in a year
-Metro.co.uk - Fri Mar 24 08:14:55 EDT 2017
Blood tests that identify cancer are being developed so quickly by scientists that they could be ready within a year. Californian researchers have created a computer programme that...
The CancerLocator Tool Is Able to Diagnose Cancer
-Wall Street Hedge - Sun Mar 26 08:14:59 EDT 2017
Scientists developed CancerLocator tool to diagnose cancer non-evasively. The study implies the analysis of blood samples was indicating whether they contain tumor DNA and also in ...
More women who were diagnosed with cancer as teens or young adults are surviving -- and many are having children of their own. But their path isn't always easy. A new study publish...
New Cancer Test Detects Tumors And Their Location From Routine Blood Samples
-International Business Times - Fri Mar 24 08:55:21 EDT 2017
Scientists have developed a simple blood test that can detect cancer, and where it is in the body, before symptoms emerge. The non-invasive test could be included in annual he...
Almost two-thirds of cancer mutations are caused by random DNA-copying errors during cell division and are impossible for us to avoid, regardless of lifestyle and the genes we inhe...
Random mutations play large role in cancer, study finds
-Science News - Thu Mar 23 11:12:32 EDT 2017
Researchers have identified new enemies in the war on cancer: ones that are already inside cells and that no one can avoid. Random mistakes made as stem cells divide are responsibl...
More women requesting BRCA screening without --- cancer
-UPI - Fri Mar 24 14:08:13 EDT 2017
March 24 (UPI) -- Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston have seen an increase in the number of women getting screened for the cancer-causing BRCA gene,...
Colorectal Cancer Rates On The Rise Among Younger Adults
-Immortal News - Wed Mar 22 20:14:29 EDT 2017
Colorectal cancer rates may have been dropping in the United States for the past decades, but a new study shows that Millennials and Generation X are seeing a sharp increase when i...
Devon Still has a very big reason to celebrate ... his daughter Leah is officially 2 years cancer free!! Still posted the good news Saturday with an old pic from the hospital visit...
Researcher Patrick Carroll and his team looked at the rise in --- cancer cases in the UK and compared them with abortion rates and other fertility-related issues. Carroll said t...
What Causes Cancer? Mostly Random ‘Mistakes’ In Copying DNA, Study Finds
-International Business Times - Thu Mar 23 23:10:17 EDT 2017
Cancer has been among the leading causes of death worldwide, and in the United States it is second only to heart diseases, killing 591,699 people during the year in 2015, according...
In a study that’s bound to attract considerable controversy, a pair of researchers are claiming that between 60 and 66 percent of all cancer-causing mutations are the result of ran...
Medical News Today: Surviving cancer may increase risk of birth complications
-Medical News Today - Thu Mar 23 08:36:59 EDT 2017
A recent study, published in JAMA Oncology, finds a link between surviving cancer and health risks for the survivors' future newborns. The study provides new information about this...
In an earlier study, Bert Vogelstein, from Johns Hopkins University, and colleagues argued that random DNA errors that happen when self-renewing cells divide can be blamed for the ...
Cancer activists push bill to hike legal age to buy tobacco
-Boston Herald - Sun Mar 26 08:23:25 EDT 2017
BOSTON — Over 100 cancer patients, survivors and their families from across Massachusetts are planning to gather at the Statehouse to press lawmakers to support efforts to protect ...
CHICAGO –  About two thirds of cancers are caused by random typos in DNA that occur as normal cells make copies of themselves, a finding that helps explain why healthy individ...
I t was the study that launched hundreds of scientific rebuttals, insinuations that the authors had been paid off by the chemical industry, and charges that it was a “mas...
An Answer for Cancer Patients Who Wonder 'Why Me?'
-Newser - Fri Mar 24 05:43:40 EDT 2017
(Newser) – Cancer patients often wonder "why me?" Does their tumor run in the family? Did they try hard enough to avoid risks like smoking, too much sun, or a bad diet? Lifestyle a...
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