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27.06.2019
23:21 Yahoo ScienceLung cancer screening guidelines may miss more African Americans at risk

Current lung cancer screening guidelines may need to be less restrictive when it comes to African American smokers, a new study suggests. Researchers found that cutoff criteria that work for white smokers may lead to missed cancers in blacks, according to the report in JAMA Oncology. "Our current lung cancer screening guidelines are woefully inadequate in providing equal opportunity for African Americans to be eligible for screening," said Melinda Aldrich, an assistant professor at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, who led the study.

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23:19 Reuters.com HealthLung cancer screening guidelines may miss more African Americans at risk

Current lung cancer screening guidelines may need to be less restrictive when it comes to African American smokers, a new study suggests.

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22:19 NYT ScienceHPV Vaccines Are Reducing Infections, Warts — and Probably Cancer

An analysis covering 66 million young people has found plummeting rates of precancerous lesions and genital warts after vaccination against the human papillomavirus.

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22:07 NYT HealthHPV Vaccines Are Reducing Infections, Warts — and Probably Cancer

An analysis covering 66 million young people has found plummeting rates of precancerous lesions and genital warts after vaccination against the human papillomavirus.

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21:12 CancerNetwork.comThe Case for Tumor and Germline Testing in Endometrial Cancer Patients

A new study reinforces the need for universal mismatch repair protein immunohistochemistry screening of tumors from endometrial cancer patients, as well as germline genetic testing in accordance with guidelines.

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19:43 ScienceDaily.comNew basic understanding of how lung cancer spreads

Lung cancer cells use antioxidants, endogenous or dietary, to spread in the body by activating a protein called BACH1 and increasing the uptake and use of sugar, researchers report in two independent studies. The studies pave the way for new therapeutic strategies for lung cancer.

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19:38 Yahoo ScienceEnd cervical cancer? The HPV vaccine could do it, study suggests

Experts said that cervical cancer could be eliminated if consistently high HPV vaccine use can be achieved and maintained.

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19:38 Yahoo.com BusinessEnd cervical cancer? The HPV vaccine could do it, study suggests

Experts said that cervical cancer could be eliminated if consistently high HPV vaccine use can be achieved and maintained.

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19:25 CancerNetwork.comDe-Escalation of Trastuzumab Remains Controversial in HER2+ Breast Cancer

After more than 7 years of follow-up, the phase III PHARE trial failed to show that 6 months of adjuvant trastuzumab therapy was noninferior to 12 months in patients with HER2+ early breast cancer.

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18:51 Yahoo ScienceA Timeline of Beth Chapman's Battle With Cancer: Everything She's Said About Fighting the Disease

Here's a breakdown of the TV star's years-spanning battle with the illness.

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18:12 FierceBiotech.comTreating pancreatic cancer by starving tumor cells

A research team at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute has offered fresh insights into how to starve tumor cells of nutrients, pointing to a possible way of developing new drugs to treat pancreatic cancer.

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18:01 Drugs.comEarly Risers May Be a Little Less Likely to Get Breast Cancer

THURSDAY, June 27, 2019 -- If you're a woman who greets the early morning with a smile, new research delivers good news -- you have a slightly reduced risk of developing breast cancer. For night owls and people who tend to sleep more than the usual...

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17:27 SeekingAlpha.comAdvaxis bails on late-stage study of AXAL in cervical cancer; shares down 4%

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17:14 VentureBeat.comAmerican Cancer Society, Skillz, and mobile game devs unite to fight cancer

The American Cancer Society (ACS) and esports firm Skillz are going to fight cancer together, along with game developers.

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14:44 News-Medical.NetStudy finds new cancer driver which is fast, furious and loud

The Fast and the Furious movie franchise meets the Fast N' Loud television series to define an oncogene that drives 35% of prostate cancers.

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14:24 SeekingAlpha.comAstraZeneca's Imfinzi extends survival in first-line lung cancer

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14:04 ScientificAmerican.ComA Deeper Understanding of Breast Cancer

AI finds new insights into molecular tumor properties using images of cells and tissue -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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13:31 News-Medical.NetStudy: One-fifth of hematological cancer patients suffer blood clots or bleeding

New Danish research may help direct focus towards the serious complications that on average every fifth hematological cancer patient suffers.

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12:47 Technology.orgTarget found to arrest cancer growth

Adelaide researchers are homing in on a new treatment target for the aggressive blood cancer multiple myeloma. The University

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12:34 Technology.orgNewly Defined Cancer Driver is Fast, Furious and Loud

The Fast and the Furious movie franchise meets the Fast N’ Loud television series to define an oncogene

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12:09 NYT Health10 Ways to Lower the Cancer Risk of Grilling

If you plan to grill often experts suggest taking some small steps to make a big difference in lowering your exposure to compounds that are tied to cancer.

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11:59 AzoNano.comScientists Use Magnetic Nanoclusters to Destroy Cancer with Heat

Oregon State University researchers have developed a better technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to destroy difficult-to-reach tumors. Magnetic nanoparticles – miniature pieces of matter...

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11:10 News-Medical.NetImmune system could be blamed for ineffectiveness of high-dose radiation against lung cancer

When it comes to using radiation against lung cancer, preliminary clinical studies were pretty clear: More is better.

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11:00 Technology.orgYale scientists discover molecular key to how cancer spreads

Yale researchers have discovered how metastasis, the spread of cancer cells throughout the body, is triggered on the

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11:00 Technology.orgResearchers reach milestone in use of nanoparticles to kill cancer with heat

Researchers at Oregon State University have developed an improved technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to kill hard-to-reach tumors.

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09:49 GizmagVelcro-like proteins keep cancer drugs inside the cancer


There's no shortage of techniques to kill cancer, such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy, but the really tricky part is doing so without harming the rest of the body. Cytokines are small proteins that could play a part in immunotherapy, but they've so far not been approved for use, given their toxicity to healthy cells. Now, researchers from MIT have managed to keep cytokines contained in cancer cells, attaching them with proteins that stick like Velcro.
.. Continue Reading Velcro-like proteins keep cancer drugs inside the cancer Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Cells Immunotherapy MIT Protein The Immune System Tumor Tumors

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09:37 Phys.orgResearchers reach milestone in use of nanoparticles to kill cancer with heat

Researchers at Oregon State University have developed an improved technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to kill hard-to-reach tumors.

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09:35 News-Medical.NetResearchers use genetically manipulated virus to combat prostate cancer

Researchers at the São Paulo State Cancer Institute in Brazil have succeeded in using a genetically manipulated virus to destroy tumor cells upon injection into mice with prostate cancer.

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08:16 Yahoo ScienceNavajo cancer center will cut tribal members travel time

Colon cancer took a heavy toll on Loren McCabe's family. McCabe's mother died, too, after choosing treatment so she could see her son graduate from college but having to travel far to receive it. None had the option of being treated on their reservation, nor do Native Americans elsewhere in the United States, despite having higher rates for some types of cancer.

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08:16 Yahoo.com BusinessNavajo cancer center will cut tribal members travel time

Colon cancer took a heavy toll on Loren McCabe's family. McCabe's mother died, too, after choosing treatment so she could see her son graduate from college but having to travel far to receive it. None had the option of being treated on their reservation, nor do Native Americans elsewhere in the United States, despite having higher rates for some types of cancer.

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07:38 News-Medical.NetA metabolic intermediate in the uronic acid pathway impairs lung cancer metastasis

In a study published online in Nature on June 26, research teams led by Dr. YANG Weiwei at the Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Dr. LI Guohui from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics of CAS reported a new function of uridine diphosphate glucose (UDP-glucose), a metabolic intermediate in the uronic acid pathway: It impairs lung cancer metastasis by accelerating SNAI1 mRNA decay.

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06:29 Yahoo ScienceStudy shows major real-world impact of cervical cancer vaccines

Vaccination against the virus that causes almost all cervical cancer is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade, researchers said on Wednesday. Presenting results of an international analysis covering 60 million people in high-income countries, scientists from Britain and Canada said they found "strong evidence" that vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV) works "to prevent cervical cancer in real-world settings". HPV vaccines were first licensed in 2007 and have since then been adopted in at least 100 countries worldwide.

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06:13 News-Medical.NetHeat from nanoparticles zaps cancer cells from inside

Oregon State University researchers have come up with nanoclusters that are capable of reaching within tumours that are difficult to reach. The results of this breakthrough in cancer therapeutics were published in a study in the latest issue of the journal ACS Nano.

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04:03 Drugs.comHPV Vaccine Making Headway Against Cancer-Causing Virus Worldwide

WEDNESDAY, June 26, 2019 -- HPV vaccination programs significantly reduce human papillomavirus infections and precancerous cervical lesions, a new global review finds. Vaccination protects against the HPV strains that cause the majority of cervical...

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03:44 ScienceDaily.comNewly defined cancer driver is fast, furious and loud

A new study finds that the gene FOXA1 overrides normal biology in three different ways to drive prostate cancer. They refer to the three classes as FAST, FURIOUS, and LOUD to reflect their unique features.

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02:24 CNBC health careWHO study finds 'strong evidence' HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer

HPV infections declined substantially since a vaccine was introduced, says a World Health Organization-funded study published in The Lancet.

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02:15 Yahoo ScienceWomen who are morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer

New large-scale research has found that women who are naturally morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer than those who are night owls. Carried out by UK, US, French, and Norwegian researchers, the new study looked at or 180,216 women taking part in the UK Biobank study, a large long-term study which includes genomic data on more than half a million UK residents, and 228,951 women in the Breast Cancer Association Consortium (BCAC) study. As Mendelian randomization gives more reliable results, if an association is found it is more likely to suggest a direct relationship.

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02:07 NewScientist.ComHPV vaccine has significantly cut rates of cancer-causing infections

HPV vaccination programmes around the world have significantly cut rates of virus infection, pre-cancerous lesions and genital warts

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02:01 Reuters.com HealthStudy shows major real-world impact of cervical cancer vaccines

Vaccination against the virus that causes almost all cervical cancer is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade, researchers said on Wednesday.

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01:51 Yahoo ScienceCervical cancer could be eliminated within decades, scientists say

Cervical  cancer could be eliminated within decades, scientists say, as a Lancet study shows the effectiveness of jabs for teenagers. The research on 60 million people in wealthy countries, including the UK, shows a sharp reduction in levels of infections which can cause the disease, since vaccines were introduced.  All 12 and 13 year old girls have been offered the jabs at school, since 2008, with a catchup programme for older girls in the early years of the programme. From September, it will be extended to boys.  The research, funded by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and led by Canadian researchers, examined progress in 14 countries, including the UK. It found that in Britain, the jabs have led to an 86 per cent fall in cases of human papillomavirus (HPV) among vaccinated girls in the 15 to 19

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01:39 CNBC.comWHO study finds 'strong evidence' HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer

HPV infections declined substantially since a vaccine was introduced, says a World Health Organization-funded study published in The Lancet.

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26.06.2019
22:19 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop non-invasive method using infrared imaging to better detect breast cancer

Researchers have found a non-invasive, cost effective method that uses infrared technology to locate hard-to-find breast cancer tumors.

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20:38 Yahoo Science‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Star Beth Chapman Has Died Following Her Battle With Cancer

She was 51.

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20:26 Drugs.comNew Urine Test Might Show Whether Prostate Cancer Needs Treatment

WEDNESDAY, June 26, 2019 -- A man who learns he has prostate cancer faces a difficult choice: whether to immediately treat the cancer despite potential side effects or wait and see if it's a slow-growing tumor that never needs treatment. Men may...

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20:21 Nature.ComDistinct structural classes of activating FOXA1 alterations in advanced prostate cancer

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20:21 Nature.ComMetabolic signal curbs cancer-cell migration

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20:21 Nature.ComUDP-glucose accelerates

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19:52 Yahoo ScienceHow 1 child’s cancer diagnosis inspired her to help other kids

Just before her seventh birthday, Genesis Shaw was diagnosed with a form of childhood kidney cancer. But she persevered, finding strength by giving back to other kids in the hospital. She and her parents share her story on TODAY.

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19:36 News-Medical.Net3D mammograms increasing in popularity for breast cancer screening in the USA

More and more women are undergoing 3D mammograms for breast cancer screening in the US, with rates increasing from 13 percent to 43 percent.

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19:26 News-Medical.NetNew prostate cancer test could bring an end to unnecessary biopsies

Researchers have developed a new urine test to diagnose aggressive forms of prostate cancer, which could mean an end to the unnecessary treatment of men with non-aggressive cancers.

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18:53 Yahoo ScienceSimple prostate cancer test could diagnose five years early and prevent thousands of invasive operations

A simple urine test could detect aggressive prostate cancer five years before treatment is needed and save thousands of men from invasive surgery. Researchers said the simple test could make a “huge difference” to men with suspected disease, giving many the all-clear, without having to undergo biopsies. The £100 test - which could be offered within three years - is much more sensitive than current methods, picking up how aggressive the disease is and at what point men will need treatment. Current methods such as PSA blood tests are unreliable, leaving many men to have further tests and surgery which could have been avoided.  Up to three in four cases with elevated levels are later found to be negative for cancer, when a biopsy takes place, but in other cases, the tests can miss cancer,  Amid the

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18:53 Yahoo ScienceWhy I Wrote The Rx That Helped My Cancer Patient Die

Bobbie was suffering from advanced lung cancer when she told me, "Let’s talk about this assisted suicide thing."

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17:54 CancerNetwork.comDiscouraging OS Results With Bevacizumab in Ovarian Cancer

Long-term follow-up of a phase III trial showed overall survival results for bevacizumab plus chemotherapy in women with ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer.

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16:04 News-Medical.NetPatients with biliary tract cancer have altered genetic architecture in immune system

Patients with biliary tract cancer have altered genetic architecture in some immune system receptors.

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13:56 News-Medical.NetNovel combination therapy shown to be safe and effective for prostate cancer patients

A novel therapy using two targeted treatments for prostate cancer has been shown to maximize efficacy while reducing side effects according to research presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2019 Annual Meeting.

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12:48 Technology.orgMice with a human immune system help research into cancer and infections

Researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have succeeded in using mice with a transplanted human immune

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11:27 Technology.orgBy Cannibalizing Nearby Stromal Stem Cells, Some Breast Cancer Cells Gain Invasion Advantage

It’s a you-are-what-you-eat story starring breast cancer cells. Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center and U-M College of

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11:25 News-Medical.NetChildren with birth defects have elevated cancer risk, study reveals

Childhood cancer is a rare occurrence in the overall population but may be somewhat more frequent in children born with birth defects.

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10:52 Technology.orgGenetic imbalance in immune system linked to biliary tract cancer

Patients with biliary tract cancer have altered genetic architecture in some immune system receptor systems. This has been

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09:52 News-Medical.NetNew class of radiopharmaceuticals offer fresh perspective on cancer imaging, theranostics

Research presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging describes a new class of radiopharmaceuticals, named radiohybrids, that offer a fresh perspective on cancer imaging and radioligand therapy.

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08:21 News-Medical.NetNew review shows a clear gap in understanding of cancer in LGBTI adolescents

A new systemic review of the literature has shown a clear gap in the understanding of cancer in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or intersex adolescents and young adults.

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07:59 News-Medical.NetNew model could help find new cancer drugs, speed up traffic, combat disease

A new mathematical model of the structure of networks could help find new cancer drugs, speed up traffic flow and combat sexually transmitted disease.

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05:56 News-Medical.NetLSU Health researchers to investigate link between breast cancer and obesity in real time

Frank Lau, MD, Associate Professor in the Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, has been awarded a grant by the Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons to improve the care and research of breast cancer and obesity.

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05:44 BBC HealthProstate cancer: New urine test hope

The test sorts early cancers according to risk, so many men might be spared over-treatment, researchers say.

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00:24 Yahoo ScienceIVF treatment increases risk of breast cancer, major study finds

IVF treatment increases the risk of going on to develop breast cancer, a new study suggests. Data from more than 626,000 women over 21 years found links indicating that women over 40 who undergo the treatment are 65 per cent more likely to develop the disease. The increased risk across all ages was 10 per cent. In preparation for IVF, women are given drugs to stimulate the ovaries into producing more eggs. This also means increased levels of oestrogen in the body, which scientists believe may explain the cancer link. A team at Copenhagen University tracked 59,000 women who gave birth after undergoing fertility treatment, then compared them with  567,000 women of equal age who had a child naturally. Over the study period 3,894, or less than 1 per cent, of the women were diagnosed with breast cancer. Professor

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25.06.2019
20:18 Medscape.ComAfter Patient #34, Top Cancer Center Issues Corrective Plan

At MD Anderson Cancer Center, an adverse event related to a blood transfusion spiraled into federal investigations.

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18:16 SeekingAlpha.comProgenics up 6% on PyL data in prostate cancer

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18:15 CancerNetwork.comImplementing a Same-Day Biopsy Program to Reduce Disparities in Breast Cancer Care

A same-day biopsy program for women helped reduce disparities related to age, race, and insurance type in breast cancer care.

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17:05 CancerNetwork.comCan a PARP Inhibitor Plus Immunotherapy Improve Recurrent Ovarian Cancer Outcomes?

A phase I/II trial tested the combination of niraparib and pembrolizumab in patients with recurrent ovarian carcinoma.

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16:29 Yahoo ScienceThe 3 Main Types of Ovarian Cancer—and How Each One Is Different

There are more than 30 forms of ovarian cancer, all of which fall under one of these main types.

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15:06 SeekingAlpha.comArvinas on go with early-stage study of ARV-471 in breast cancer

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12:51 ClinicalOncology.com Smartphone Apps Help Patients Report Cancer Symptoms, Reduce Pain

CHICAGO—Smartphone apps can help reduce cancer-related pain and enhance care, according to two studies presented at the 2019 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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11:12 News-Medical.NetResearchers explore new immune checkpoint for head and neck cancer

A checkpoint may delay travelers but it can help give cancer free rein by suppressing the natural immune response that should destroy it, researchers say.

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08:05 News-Medical.NetInterim scan during therapy helps guide prostate cancer treatment, shows research

New prostate cancer research shows that adding an interim scan during therapy can help guide a patient's treatment.

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04:01 ScienceDaily.comInterim scan during prostate cancer therapy helps guide treatment

New prostate cancer research shows that adding an interim scan during therapy can help guide a patient's treatment. Prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) positron emission tomography (PET) imaging of patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer after two cycles of lutetium-177 (177Lu)-PSMA radioligand therapy has shown a significant predictive value for patient survival.

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24.06.2019
20:56 Drugs.comCould 3-D Mammograms Soon Be the Standard for Breast Cancer Screening?

MONDAY, June 24, 2019 -- More women are getting 3-D mammograms, which spot breast anomalies more accurately than traditional mammograms, a new study shows. But there are big variations in use across the United States, the researchers noted. Three-D...

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19:03 ScientificAmerican.ComCancer Prevention Should Start before Birth

We can now identify risk factors that seem to affect a developing fetus -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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18:23 CancerNetwork.comChemo Brain in Cancer Patients: What Is It and How Can It Be Managed?

“Chemo brain” is a side effect of chemotherapy that affects cognitive function in cancer patients. Also known as cancer treatment–related cognitive impairment, it is often described as a decrease in mental “sharpness” before, during, and after cancer treatment, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). The length of these effects, as well as their severity, vary.

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18:00 Drugs.com9/11 Dust Linked to Prostate Cancer in First Responders

MONDAY, June 24, 2019 -- A possible link between World Trade Center dust and prostate cancer in first responders has been found by researchers. Exposure to dust at the New York City site after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks triggered chronic...

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17:25 Benzinga.comBristol-Myers Slips As Regulatory Hiccups Delay Celgene Deal; Liver Cancer Study Faces Setback

Uncertainty over Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE: BMY)'s impending deal to acquire Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG) and an adverse clinical trial readout were dragging the shares of the large-cap pharma company lo
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17:13 Yahoo.com BusinessRead This Before You Buy Any New Cancer Drug Stocks

Around $36 billion worth of biopharma acquisitions over the past few years suggests smaller might be better.

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17:01 Yahoo ScienceRead This Before You Buy Any New Cancer Drug Stocks

Around $36 billion worth of biopharma acquisitions over the past few years suggests smaller might be better.

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16:27 Yahoo SciencePfizer s Talzenna Gets Approval in Europe for Breast Cancer

Pfizer's (PFE) PARP inhibitor, Talzenna, receives approval in Europe for treating BRCA-mutated locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.

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16:27 Yahoo.com BusinessPfizer s Talzenna Gets Approval in Europe for Breast Cancer

Pfizer's (PFE) PARP inhibitor, Talzenna, receives approval in Europe for treating BRCA-mutated locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.

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15:38 Phys.orgWhy plants don't die from cancer

Chernobyl has become a byword for catastrophe. The 1986 nuclear disaster, recently brought back into the public eye by the hugely popular TV show of the same name, caused thousands of cancers, turned a once populous area into a ghost city, and resulted in the setting up of an exclusion zone 2600km² in size.

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14:38 SeekingAlpha.comBristol-Myers' Opdivo fails to beat Nexavar in liver cancer study; shares down 3% premarket

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13:33 Yahoo.com BusinessUS National Cancer Institute approves blockchain project to create a shared data system

The National Cancer Institute, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has approved a project to create a blockchain-based system to share clinical data.The post US National Cancer Institute approves blockchain project to create a shared data system appeared first on The Block.

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09:45 News-Medical.NetResearchers estimate the prevalence of chronic pain among cancer survivors

More than 5 million cancer survivors in the United States experience chronic pain, almost twice the rate in the general population, according to a study published by Mount Sinai researchers in JAMA Oncology in June.

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03:13 Yahoo SciencePhysician, heal thyself: how depression affects cancer caregivers

Ashley Sumrall was an early career brain oncologist when she got a case that would stay with her for the rest of her career. A former White House aide, he had come into her care after years of experimental trials failed to halt the advance of his glioma.

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23.06.2019
21:30 BBC HealthShiyenze Khasoha: 'My designs fund my cancer treatment'

Kenyan Shiyenze Khasoha sells clothes she designs to pay for her ovarian cancer treatment.

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17:57 Yahoo ScienceAs a young mother dies after refusing chemotherapy, how social media is fuelling the rise of fake cancer cures

Last week, at a converted 18th-century farmhouse near Derby, friends gathered in memory of Katie Britton-Jordan, who died recently after a valiant struggle against breast cancer. She was 38 and leaves a grieving husband, Neil, and Delilah, their five-year-old daughter. Neil, who announced his wife’s death on Facebook earlier this month, called for the event to be a celebration of Katie’s strength and resilience. He asked friends to “bring smiles, love, dancing shoes, bubbles and sparklers”. By rights, should Katie still be alive? That troubling question is bound to ripple through the minds of her loved ones. When Katie’s stage 2a triple negative breast cancer was diagnosed in 2016, she was offered a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. But she rejected conventional therapy in favour of a vegan diet of mainly

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22.06.2019
18:58 ScienceDaily.comMore than 5 million cancer survivors experience chronic pain, twice the rate of the general population

More than 5 million cancer survivors in the United States experience chronic pain, almost twice the rate in the general population, according to a new study.

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21.06.2019
22:41 Drugs.comHeart Disease Is Lasting Threat to Breast Cancer Survivors

FRIDAY, June 21, 2019 -- Postmenopausal women who survive breast cancer may have a higher risk for developing heart disease, a new study says. Heart problems can appear more than five years after radiation treatment for breast cancer, and the added...

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21:20 Yahoo Science5 Foods You Should Eat Daily to Prevent Cancer

Harvard researcher and physician, Dr. William Li, tells us what foods can actually reduce your risk for cancer. Plus, a one-day meal plan to help you eat more of these delicious, cancer-fighting foods!

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21:18 LiveScience.comCould an Injection of Dead Cells Help Fight Cancer?

Dead cells in the body don't sound very useful, but they might provide a new way to fight cancer, a new study in animals suggests.

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20:56 Drugs.comCancer Survivors May Have Lower Odds for Dementia

FRIDAY, June 21, 2019 -- Researchers have found more evidence of a puzzling phenomenon: Older adults who survive cancer seem to be somewhat protected against dementia. A number of studies in recent years have found that cancer survivors have a...

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20:56 Drugs.comBetter Treatments Needed to Boost Brain Cancer Survival: Study

FRIDAY, June 21, 2019 -- Glioblastoma brain cancer remains one of deadliest tumors, and new research shows five-year survival rates remain low for patients with the disease. While there have been improvements in short- and medium-term survival rates...

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19:11 Benzinga.comPfizer Receives European Commission Approval For Breast Cancer Drug TALZENNA

Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) has received approval from the European Commission for its TALZENNA a breast cancer drug. This approval follows the medicine's approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in October 2018.
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18:24 SeekingAlpha.comVermillion surges on expanded coverage of ovarian cancer test

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