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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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DNA research a new approach to breast cancer

A study involving people from around the world has been hailed as giving a fuller picture of changes in DNA in breast cancer, providing potential opportunities for new treatments. A study of 560 breast cancer genomes, or complete genetic codes, turned …

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Baker, Ireland share stories at prostate cancer awareness event

"Prostate cancer is an epidemic in the African American community and we need to address it," said Ireland. The longtime judge, who retired in 2014 as he approached the mandatory retirement age of 70, said he received a cancer diagnosis after reading …

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Comprehensive, Personalized Breast Care

“With our advances in breast imaging, we are able to diagnose breast cancers at earlier stages,” adds Dr. Noori. “If we call you back, it doesn't mean you have cancer,” Dr. Park emphasized. “Even with biopsies, the majority are benign. You don't need …

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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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Culinary couplings

But a University of Illinois study in the US found that they were better at shrinking prostate tumours when eaten together rather than alone. … A study from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, found people who ate raw cruciferous …

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Five new genes may lead to customised breast cancer treatment

Five new genes may lead to customised breast cancer treatment. Scientists have uncovered five new genes associated with breast cancer and 13 new mutational signatures that influence tumour development, an advance that may lead to personalised …

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Desserts to help fight cancer in RI Bakes for Breast Cancer event

Treat the special women in your life to decadent desserts while also helping fight breast cancer during Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer from May 8, Mother's Day through May 14. Restaurants, bakeries, cafés, and ice cream shops throughout Rhode …

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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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Cancer campaign is getting its message across

“The twist of the role reversal added intrigue and the shock of the fact they were talking about prostate cancer provided significant impact." One man every hour in the UK dies of prostate cancer and the aim of the campaign is to counter what the …

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Breast cancer treatment breakthrough after 'milestone' gene discovery

The latest breast cancer research could lead to more personalised care for patients and help further understanding of the causes of the disease, scientists said. A study involving people from around the world has been hailed as giving a more complete …

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