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Latest Breast Cancer Research Reveal Novel Facts
The research was carried out by sequencing the genomes of hundreds of breast cancer facts from people around the globe. The report is also being regarded as very wide in scope since it sequenced whole-genome study of a certain type of cancer. [...]
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5 Breast Symptoms You Should Get Checked Out
But though cancer is often the only breast-related issue we think of, there's more to breast health than cancer alone; that's why being aware of the five symptoms below are so important. Self-awareness is a crucial part of being a breast owner. It's ... [...]
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Main Line biotech firm advancing technology to help diagnose, treat prostate …
ProstaGene is developing gene-based technology to diagnose and treat prostate cancer. iStockphoto. ProstaGene has raised $400,000 from private investors to support commercialization of a gene-based test to help guide prostate cancer treatment. [...]
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New Breast Cancer Genes and Mutations Pave Way for Personalized Treatment
Whole-genome profiles show the genetic details of breast cancers from different patients. Scientists hope visualizing cancer genomes in this way will one day lead to more effective, personalized cancer treatments. (Source: DOI: 10.1038/nature17676) The ... [...]
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Prostate Cancer Drug May Slow Memory Loss in Alzheimer's Patients
pills A medication developed and commercialized for treating advanced prostate cancer may also help stabilize cognitive impairment in women who suffer from Alzheimer's disease, according to a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and ... [...]
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Is Prostate-Specific Antigen Test a Reliable Indicator of Prostate Cancer?
Many physicians suspect the risk of overdiagnosis outweighs the potential benefits of early detection and treatment. They say some men have far greater side effects from the treatment of small tumors in their early stages than they would from their ... [...]
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Study could help more personalised care for breast cancer patients
He said: "This study both gave us the first large scale view of the rest of the genome, uncovering some new reasons why breast cancer arises, and gave us an unexpected way to characterise the types of mutations that happen in certain breast cancers.". [...]
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The singer who had rheumatoid arthritis at 14, but suffered constant pain for …
As a Centre of Excellence in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, Bath National Hospital was able to assign a specialist team, including a dietician, to Eve's care. "They were so amazing, it made me angry to think of how I was dismissed for all those ... [...]
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What is prostate cancer? Women speak out on LETHAL disease killing thousands …
Prostate Cancer UK said a poll of more than 3,500 people exposes men's 'widespread ignorance' of their own bodies - but now the women behind the men affected by the disease have come forward to speak out. Loretta Kilgannon, from south London lost her ... [...]
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Breast cancer mutation map could aid personalised treatment
Scientists have published the most detailed picture yet of the genetic events that cause breast cancer, which could lead to more personalised healthcare for cancer. Researchers from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute sequenced the whole genome, ... [...]
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Radiation May Not Improve Prostate Cancer Survival – Dr. David Samadi
According to world renowned prostate cancer surgeon, Dr. David B. Samadi of Lenox Hill Hospital, for definitive prostate cancer treatment, patients traditionally had two main treatment options: surgery or radiation. Based on a patient's goals, disease ... [...]
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TONIGHT: Surviving cancer at age 18
Jason Greenspan was just 18 years old when doctors told him he had testicular cancer. Within a few days, he went from preparing for prom to preparing for surgery. Now a student at Shippensburg – and with a cancer-free diagnosis – Greenspan wants to ... [...]
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