• Low-Dose Aspirin and Lower Risk of Some Cancers

    Added On : 9th March 2016

    Image result for Low-Dose Aspirin And Lower Risk Of Some CancersThe effect was seen most strongly with colon, gastrointestinal tumors, researchers report

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  • Ovarian Cancer Is More Than One Disease: Report

    Added On : 3rd March 2016

    Better understanding needed to improve prevention, detection, treatment, U.S. panel notes

    Ovarian cancer isn't a single disease, but rather a number of different malignancies involving the ovaries, an expert U.S. panel says.

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  • 4 Types of Pancreatic Cancer Identified: Study

    Added On : 29th February 2016

    Image result for 4 Types of Pancreatic Cancer Identified: StudyScientists say there are four kinds of  pancreatic cancer, a finding that could lead to new treatment opportunities.

    An estimated 53,000 people will be diagnosed with the disease in the U.S. in 2016, according to the American Cancer Society. Of those, an estimated 41,700 will die.

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  • Major insight into killer pancreatic cancer

    Added On : 25th February 2016

    Pancreatic cancerPancreatic cancer is at least four separate diseases each with a different cause and needing a different treatment, scientists have discovered.

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  • What to Know About Cervical Cancer at Every Age

    Added On : 19th February 2016

    Image result for What To Know About Cervical Cancer At Every AgeCervical cancer is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV is sexually transmitted and usually, there are no symptoms. Most people who have sex get the HPV virus at some time, however, it normally disappears on its own and doesn’t cause any problems. Although it doesn’t happen very often, those who have HPV over a long period of time can develop other problems, like cervical cancer.

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  • Excitement at New Cancer Treatment

    Added On : 17th February 2016

    LeukaemiaA therapy that retrains the body's immune system to fight cancer has provoked excitement after more than 90% of terminally ill patients reportedly went into remission.

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  • Study finds nutrient may offer women protection against breast cancer

    Added On : 3rd February 2016

    FILE - In this Sunday, May 19, 2013 file photo, a farmer holds grains of wheat in his hands on a field in Fayoum, 60 miles, (100 kilometers), south of Cairo, Egypt. For girls and young women, getting a lot of fiber could pay off decades later with lowered risk of developing breast cancer, according to a large U.S. study.

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  • Proton beam cancer therapy 'effective with fewer side effects'

    Added On : 1st February 2016

    Ashya KingA cancer treatment at the centre of an NHS controversy in 2014 causes fewer side effects in children than conventional radiotherapy, according to new research.

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  • Lung Cancer: How to Get the Best Care

    Added On : 28th January 2016

    Image result for Lung Cancer: How To Get The Best CareLung cancer is scary and dangerous, and requires you to make lots of rapid decisions for which you feel ill-prepared. Here’s some advice that will help you move forward as you seek and find the very best medical care possible.   You’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer. Your doctor says you should start treatment ASAP. But the decisions you make now, up front, could very well impact whether or not you survive. It pays to investigate all of your options – both for a hospital or cancer center, and doctors (chiefly, surgeon and oncologist). 

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  • Smoking Lowers Breast Cancer Survival

    Added On : 27th January 2016

    Image result for Smoking Lowers Breast Cancer SurvivalSmoking after diagnosis tied to 72 percent higher risk of death from the disease versus never smoking

    Women diagnosed with breast cancer who continue to smoke cigarettes are less likely to survive than those who never smoked or those who quit, new research finds.

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