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Traffic pollution could increase breast cancer mortality by 80% within five years
Experts have warned even a small increase in traffic fume exposure increases the chances of dying from any form of cancer by more than a fifth. Scientists believe tiny specks of soot from traffic fumes act as a Trojan horse for other toxic chemicals to ... [...]
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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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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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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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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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New cancer drugs could treat lethal resistant prostate cancers
The 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. A team at The Institute of Cancer Research, London ... [...]
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Alzheimer's cure could be closer – and much tastier – than you think
It goes rather well on top of pancakes, but apparently maple syrup has hidden health benefits as well. Researchers have found that the sweet, sticky stuff can protect against brain cell damage caused by Alzheimer's disease . Apparently the food product ... [...]
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Guys Who Don't Ejaculate Frequently Could Have A Higher Risk Of Prostate Cancer
“Ejaculation frequency is, to some extent, a measure of overall health status in that men at the very low end of ejaculation – 0 to 3 times per month – were more likely to have other (medical problems) and die prematurely from causes other than ... [...]
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Taking aspirin could increase cancer survival by 20%
Professor Elwood says, "Our review, based on the available evidence, suggests that low-dose aspirin taken by patients with bowel, breast or prostate cancer, in addition to other treatments, is associated with a reduction in deaths of about 15-20 per ... [...]
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Taking aspirin could increase cancer survival by 20 percent
Professor Elwood said: "Our review, based on the available evidence, suggests that low-dose aspirin taken by patients with bowel, breast or prostate cancer, in addition to other treatments, is associated with a reduction in deaths of about 15-20 ... [...]
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Therapies based on alpha defensins could help treat rheumatoid arthritis
Arthritis and other inflammatory conditions could be helped by new insights into how the immune response is switched off. Scientists have discovered how compounds produced by the body's immune system help to dampen inflammation and prevent damage ... [...]
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3D clues show how old TB drugs could be made strong again
New research that maps the 3D interactions of fluoroquinolones with the DNA machinery of the tuberculosis bacterium reveals clues that could help drug developers make these old anti-TB drugs more effective - even against resistant forms of the ... [...]
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Risk factor recognition could mean better prevention
Testing positive for BRCA1 and BRCA2 meant her odds of developing breast cancer were more than six times that of the average American woman. “The facts were overwhelming,” said Spraley, who lives in Englewood with her husband and 6-year-old ... [...]
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Terminal Mansfield man could have had brain tumour for 10 years
Sandy took part in the Race for Life earlier this year and raised more than £2,280 which she will be donating to the Brain Cancer Trust and wants the money to be used to promote symptom awareness. The most common symptom of a brain tumour is of course ... [...]
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A sigh of relief: new discovery could aid breathing problems
We all do it - that long, deep breath known as a "sigh" in order to express our sadness, relief or exhaustion. But you might be surprised to learn that sighing is actually crucial to lung function, and scientists have now pinpointed the brain cells ... [...]
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Curry And Cauliflower Could Halt Prostate Cancer
"The bottom line is that PEITC and curcumin, alone or in combination, demonstrate significant cancer-preventive qualities in laboratory mice, and the combination of PEITC and curcumin could be effective in treating established prostate cancers," said ... [...]
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