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Tracy Anderson Was Surprised to Learn These Celebrities Are Doing Her Workouts
The wellness expert spoke to PEOPLE during a Saturday workout event benefitting Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF) at Miami's swanky Bal Harbour Shops, and said she recently learned that her in-person clientele are not her only famous fans. [...]
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A view from Dave Trott: Common sense beats brains
While he was there, he noticed a poster saying Afro-Caribbean men were twice as likely to get prostate cancer. They offered a free blood test that only took ... He didn't just talk about any of the facts they'd already heard. Because, being men, they ... [...]
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Scientists develop a drug that offers better treatment for prostate cancer
The Institute of Cancer Research findings provide vital information about the role of Hsp90 in drug-resistant prostate cancers, and open up potential new routes to cancer treatment based on blocking this or related proteins. (Read: 8 symptoms of ... [...]
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Woman with metastatic breast cancer talks struggles and triumphs
Today, DiCanto says it's the first time she feels Breast Cancer Awareness Month is including women like her. A Times Square billboard now sheds light on Metastatic Breast Cancer with flashing facts about the disease and featuring the faces and images ... [...]
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Walk for mum: classic on Sunday
Come for a walk on Mother's Day, May 8, and help raise funds for breast cancer research. The Mother's Day Classic is on again and Yvonne Shaw is encouraging locals to come for a walk around Lake Forbes for the cause. An outstanding $3.1 million was ... [...]
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Mammothon helps battle breast cancer
Julie Grant knew she was overdue for a mammogram. “I had not had one in two years,” says Grant. “I'd been putting it off not because I didn't want to go, but I just couldn't find the time to make an appointment.” When Grant heard about the Ontario ... [...]
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Janice Dickinson Reveals She Has Breast Cancer
An emergency mammogram and biopsy found that Janice is suffering from early stage ductal carcinoma in situ – a common form of the disease that starts in the milk ducts. Throughout the interview, Janice choked back tears, but the strength and power we ... [...]
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NewLink Genetics Corporation: NewLink Genetics Reports First Quarter 2016 …
Additionally, there are ongoing clinical development programs and data on induced immune responses targeting non-small-cell lung cancer, melanoma, prostate cancer and kidney cancer. ... studies; its plans related to moving additional indications into ... [...]
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Long-noncoding RNA regulates repair of DNA breaks in triple-negative breast …
Take triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), an aggressive subtype with poor clinical outcome, for example. Genomic studies of TNBC to crack its tough-to-treat status have mainly focused on protein-coding genes and the function of non-coding genes is ... [...]
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Johnson High students, faculty show support for Maddie Williams, who has rare …
“I took her to the hospital that day because she had a headache and was throwing up,” Jennifer Williams said. “That's when they did the MRI and saw the brain tumor.” Maddie, 16, has grade-three anaplastic ependymoma, an uncommon type of brain cancer. [...]
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Breast Cancer – First-in-Class Innovation Clustered Around Growth Factor …
Bangalore, Karnataka -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2016 -- The breast cancer pipeline is the largest in the pharmaceutical industry, with 1,050 products in active development across all stages. The range of mechanisms of action employed by these compounds is ... [...]
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Probi and Ipsen Sign Extensive Primary Care Distribution Agreement for …
Ipsen's commitment to oncology is exemplified through its growing portfolio of key therapies improving the care of patients suffering from prostate cancer, bladder cancer and neuro-endocrine tumors. ... Actual results may depart significantly from ... [...]
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