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OK Teachers Band Together To Help Boy Battle Rare Cancer

OK Teachers Band Together To Help Boy Battle Rare Cancer Teachers at a local elementary school rally around one of their own after her grandson was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The 2-month old boy is being treated at St. Jude's hospital and the "Mid-Del" school community is helping out with the costs. […]

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VA to treat vet who waited for chemo while cancer spread

VA to treat vet who waited for chemo while cancer spread Gayla and Norman said they can only speculate that if Norman had received the colonoscopy a year ago, maybe his cancer would have been caught sooner. "I have no way of knowing that if he had had a colonoscopy a year ago, that the […]

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Ivory Latta, following cancer scare, is grateful for time with Washington Mystics

Ivory Latta, following cancer scare, is grateful for time with Washington Mystics Don't let it be cancer, the 29-year-old recalled telling herself when she recounted those traumatic moments publicly for the first time several weeks ago between practices at Verizon Center. The two-time all-star has been reflecting even more these … Full News here – […]

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Aspirin and Lifestyle Changes May Modulate Colon Cancer Risk

Aspirin and Lifestyle Changes May Modulate Colon Cancer Risk We observed that fewer CpGs acquired age-dependent methylation in users of aspirin and hormonal replacement therapy compared with nonusers, whereas more CpGs were affected in smokers and individuals with a body mass index > 25 compared with … Full News here – Read more on Medical Research […]

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Of joy and chemo: I'm a mom. With cancer. Now what?

Of joy and chemo: I'm a mom. With cancer. Now what? When I got most of my hair cut off recently, friends, co-workers and neighbors commented and complimented, but no one asked why. I'm not sure why I thought they would. The question has a whiff of judgment. But I wanted them to, because then […]

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Deadly asbestos related cancer has killed dozens

Deadly asbestos related cancer has killed dozens And a top coroner says the number of people dying of asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma and asbestosis, is due to peak within the next 12 months. Michael Singleton, coroner for Blackburn and Hyndburn, said he has seen a 'gradual increase' … Full News here – Read more on […]

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How aspirin could halve risk of dying from breast cancer: Powerful effects of

How aspirin could halve risk of dying from breast cancer: Powerful effects of … Earlier studies have also credited aspirin with cutting the risk of death from bowel and prostate cancers – and reducing the odds of developing the disease in the first place. But confusingly, in the latest study, the women who took aspirin […]

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Just 16, Karina Moreira battles cancer in her own style

Just 16, Karina Moreira battles cancer in her own style Karina gives her friends iPhone cases that say “chic by karina,” the fashion blog she began writing in 2012, when her bone cancer was in remission. She continued to blog last year, when the cancer returned. But her optimism, her joy in daily life, and […]

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Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre

Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre Following the installation of the second PET CT scan at the Diagnostic Centre and Clinic in Karachi, SKMCH&RC was able to provide state-of-the-art services to the people of that region. A newest Walk-in Clinic, in Multan, which will considerably … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Indiana native uses her own cancer to further research

Indiana native uses her own cancer to further research MASON, OHIO– An Indiana native and Ball State Graduate is delaying her cancer treatment so the research may help other women fighting breast cancer. “I was devastated. Absolutely devastated,” said Dr. Kimberly Koss from Mason, Ohio. Dr. Kimberly Koss … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Mother Pregnant With Her 10th Child Refuses Cancer Treatment and Abortion

Mother Pregnant With Her 10th Child Refuses Cancer Treatment and Abortion “I then had a CAT Scan that revealed I have several pulmonary embolisms in both lungs. I was immediately started on an injectable blood thinner,” Wilde continues. “We were referred to a breast oncologist to discuss treatment options. He presented us … Full News […]

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OncoBreak: Tweets for Cancer, Smelly Story, Stem Cell Win

OncoBreak: Tweets for Cancer, Smelly Story, Stem Cell Win During ESPN's annual "ESPY" awards program, kudos for sports-related accomplishments took a back seat to the award and acceptance speech of the sports network's own Stuart Scott, who has had to contend with multiple cancer recurrences since a … Full News here – Read more on MedPage […]

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Dogs Sniffing Out Cancer?

Dogs Sniffing Out Cancer? Researchers are on a search for potential dogs who can be trained to detect human cancer. The puppies will spend about six months with selected foster parents who will help prepare the dogs to provide service to a human cancer survivor. The dogs they … Full News here – Read more […]

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God Pledges $5000 For Cancer Research

God Pledges 00 For Cancer Research THE HEAVENS—Expressing His hope that the contribution would assist efforts to find a cure for the devastating disease, the Lord Our God, Creator and Supreme Ruler of the Universe, confirmed Thursday that He had pledged $ 5,000 to the American Cancer … Full News here – Read more on The […]

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New study underway to reduce risk of kidney cancer

New study underway to reduce risk of kidney cancer LOST LOVED ONES TO THE DISEASE. OTHERS ARE IN RECOVERY THEMSELVES. AND EVERY YEAR IN THE U.S. THERE ARE ABOUT 63,000 NEW CASES OF KIDNEY CANCER, AND ONE IN FOUR OF THOSE PATIENTS WILL SEE THE DISEASE … Full News here – Read more on Local 10

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