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A view from Dave Trott: Common sense beats brains
While he was there, he noticed a poster saying Afro-Caribbean men were twice as likely to get prostate cancer. They offered a free blood test that only took ... He didn't just talk about any of the facts they'd already heard. Because, being men, they ... [...]
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Womens's walk from Worcester to Cheltenham raised £5000 for breast cancer
A MALVERN woman who has survived breast cancer has just completed a 26-mile walk to raise funds for the fight against the disease. When Debbie Bird, aged 50 of Leadon Road, was being treated, she made friends with two fellow patients, Charlotte ... [...]
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Florida Biotech Company Licenses Cancer-Fighting Therapy From Mayo
This year is likely to be an important one for the Mayo Clinic's efforts to develop vaccines countering breast and ovarian cancers: A biotech company that has licensed two promising immunotherapies from the clinic says it's gearing up for crucial 2016 ... [...]
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Friend of Sharon mom who died from cancer trains in her memory
The family of a Sharon, Pa. mom who lost her battle with cancer are In 2012, Toth discovered she was pregnant and had breast cancer in the same week. In November of that year, she found out she was cancer-free but by the next spring, it was back and ... [...]
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Letters from strangers lift cancer patients
One Girls Love Mail recipient, a year after finishing breast cancer treatment, wrote Mulligan to say how much she cherished the note from Max, an elementary school student. “She said she kept it by her bedside and reread it every night. It made her ... [...]
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Breast cancer test may spare thousands from ordeal
No more chemo ... new breast cancer test could save thousands from the ordeal of toxic treatment Getty Images. By PAT HAGAN. 16:01, 18 Apr 2016. A NEW test could save thousands of breast cancer sufferers from the ordeal of chemotherapy. [...]
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Patients with advanced prostate cancer may benefit from mushroom-supplemented …
A natural, nontoxic product called genistein-combined polysaccharide, or GCP, which is commercially available in health food stores, could help lengthen the life expectancy of certain patients with prostate cancer. The most likely to benefit are men ... [...]
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About half of women may benefit from mammograms at 40: analysis
But the review of female patients between the ages of 40 and 44 found that 50 percent had an above-average risk for breast cancer, and therefore would be eligible to begin screening mammography at age 40, said lead researcher Dr. Jennifer Plichta. She ... [...]
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Women in Spain Now Able to Benefit from Advanced Breast Cancer Treatment …
Eribulin is currently indicated for the treatment of patients with locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer who have progressed after at least one chemotherapeutic regimen for advanced disease in Spain. Prior therapy should have included an ... [...]
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How Prostatitis Differs from Prostate Cancer
At its earliest stages, prostate cancer has no noticeable symptoms, but as it progresses, men may notice a weak urine stream or an increased frequency of urination. This cancer grows slowly, and most men do not die from it as long as they are treated. [...]
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Nantkwest Inc. (NASDAQ:NK) announced a $1 Million Challenge award from the …
“If successful, this study will lead to a novel and powerful immunotherapeutic approach to treat advanced prostate cancer.” Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, Founder of NantWorks and the Chairman and CEO of NantKwest, commented, “Natural killer cells have an ... [...]
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How Our Eating Habits Have Changed In 40 Years: From The Rise In Convenience …
We may know more about diet and nutrition than ever before, but it looks like our love of fast food hasn't diminished, as sales have skyrocketed in the past 40 years. New data on the changing eating and drinking habits of UK consumers has revealed that ... [...]
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