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Why obese people have higher risk of breast cancer | Mumbai NYOOOZ
``The results show that the interaction between tumor cells and immature adipocytes near the tumor during the first stages of breast cancer increased the secretion of cytokines (proinflammatory proteins). These cytokines cause a greater expansion of ... [...]
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Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: A Further Evolution of Digital Mammography
Most recently, the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging has unveiled digital breast tomosynthesis, the latest evolution of digital mammography, for our patients. The new technique for breast cancer screening is ready for clinical use now ... [...]
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Thyroid disease and breast cancer: Is there a link?
... having excess thyroid hormone promotes the development of breast cancer, experts caution that this study does not prove cause and effect. While there may be an association, it is not clear that an overactive thyroid actually causes breast cancer to ... [...]
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WCM announces collaboration with J & J Innovation to investigate new cancer …
... the preclinical efficacy of combining external-beam radiotherapy with Janssen's immuno-oncology drugs with the ultimate goal of translating findings into clinical trials to benefit patients with various types of solid tumors, including prostate and ... [...]
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Study: Medical Cannabis May Inhibit The Spread Of Prostate Cancer
In 2009, a team of researchers from the University of Alcalá in Spain published a study in the British Journal of Cancer that adds merit to the thought. It suggests that cannabinoid treatments could inhibit prostate cancer cell growth through ... [...]
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Food waste from fish found to have a biomedical application: Collagen in fish scales promotes wound healing
  “Let food be your medicine” gets a slightly different take with this study: Researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have discovered a novel use for fish scales, which are commonly discarded in the cooking process. Their study, published in the journal Acta Biomaterialia, found that the collagen present in fish scales has the potential to be used... Read More [...]
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BCM-95 Curcumin improves chemotherapy's effectiveness in killing …
Cancer cell resistance to chemotherapy is a major cause of death in patients with colorectal cancer. In a first-of-its-kind study, BCM-95® Curcumin was found to improve chemotherapy's effectiveness in killing chemoresistant cells via a mechanism not ... [...]
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EXCLUSIVE: The foods YOU can eat to prevent cancer, reveals Oncology dietitian
Different body tissues have different relationships with nutrients and foods we eat, for example vitamin D is linked to bowel and breast health but not so much prostate health. Higher lycopene levels are related to lower breast and prostate cancers ... [...]
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Top Natural 'Superfoods' Known to Fight Prostate Cancer
Wisconsin researchers, headed by Vagar Mustafa Adhami, offered substantial evidence that polyphenols from green tea are effective in the prevention and treatment of cancer of the prostate. Meanwhile, researchers from Kentucky, led by Damodaran Chendil, ... [...]
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Anti-TNFs in RA: No Link With Stroke
Treatment with tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors was not associated with an increased risk of ischemic stroke in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a British study found. Compared with RA patients receiving conventional disease-modifying ... [...]
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NICE issues final guidance recommending seven drugs for RA
In recommending them as options for people with severe rheumatoid arthritis after previous treatment with conventional DMARDs has been unsuccessful, this guidance reaffirms our previous recommendations on these drugs and confirms their place as an ... [...]
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Stopping Prostate Cancer Growth – Breakthrough
A study by investigators at the Methodist Research Institute at Indiana University confirms that an all-natural, doctor-designed formula is effective in suppressing prostate cancer tumors. The study conducted on mice, used a human prostate cancer ... [...]
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