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Why MEN diagnosed with breast cancer are far more likely to die than women
Warning signs include having one side of the family with an unusually high number of relatives with breast, ovarian or prostate cancer, especially if these cancers occurred at a younger age than normal (under 50 for breast cancer), or any incidence of ... [...]
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Surgeon fighting breast cancer is also a survivor
Doctors treat a wide range of conditions and diseases. They have all sorts of backgrounds and experiences. But it's not every day that a breast cancer patient has a surgeon who is also a survivor. In 2013, Dr. Lori Wilson, a Howard University Hospital ... [...]
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Aytu BioScience Announces Pricing of $7.5 Million Public Offering of Common …
Aytu's current portfolio of commercial and late-stage urology products addresses prostate cancer, urinary tract infections, male infertility and male sexual dysfunction, and the company plans to expand into other urological indications for which there ... [...]
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Immunomedics Announces Abstract on Sacituzumab Govitecan (IMMU-132) in …
IMMU-132 has received Breakthrough Therapy Designation from FDA for the treatment of patients with triple-negative breast cancer who have failed at least 2 prior therapies for metastatic disease. Immunomedics has a research collaboration with Bayer to ... [...]
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Two known chemotherapy agents effectively target breast cancer stem cells
Thangaraju's lab has evidence that the two additional drugs directly affect at least two key ways that enable stem cells to make breast cancer, including the myoepithelial cells that enable it to spread to the bone, lung and beyond. They appear to help ... [...]
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'Highly individual' DNA analysis forms basis of new approach to breast cancer
A study of 560 breast cancer genomes, or complete genetic codes, turned up five new genes associated with the disease. The results, published in Nature and Nature Communications, provide evidence that breast cancer genomes are "highly individual", ... [...]
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High Risk of Arthritis in Down's Syndrome
"Despite the higher prevalence and incidence, delay in diagnosis is a feature consistently reported, and as a result of delayed diagnosis they also have delayed treatment and have significant joint damage and disability at the time of diagnosis," she ... [...]
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Newly Discovered 'Network Drugs' Could Treat Resistant Prostate Cancer
Newly discovered network drugs are an effective treatment for resistant prostate cancer, according to a new research. Prostate cancer patients are typically prescribed with hormone therapies to suppress androgen stimulation. However, some of the ... [...]
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Personalised Cancer Treatment Hope After Study
Scientists have built up the most complete picture yet of genetic changes that cause breast cancer - providing "crucial" opportunities for new treatments. A study involving the complete genetic codes of 560 people from around the world found 93 genes ... [...]
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Faith 'Never Been Stronger' for Pregnant Woman Delaying Brain Tumor Treatment …
Kim and Phil Vaillancourt were interviewed at their home in Tonawanda, N.Y., March 11, 2016. Shortly after learning she was pregnant, Kim was diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer, and was rushed into surgery to remove two tumors that doctors said ... [...]
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Wdowik column: The varied benefits of the seed family
The same can be said of seeds, with their make-up of protein, fiber, healthful fats and antioxidants, the powerful substances that destroy free radicals and reduce our risk of inflammation, diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer. All of the ... [...]
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New drugs could treat resistant prostate cancers
The drugs, called Hsp90 inhibitors, which are already in clinical trials for several types of cancer, specifically target and inactivate a mechanism commonly used by prostate cancer cells to evade the effects of standard treatment, the findings showed. [...]
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