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10/03/22 Novel inherited variants may raise risk for hodgkin lymphoma

October 3, 2022 Novel inherited variants may raise risk for Hodgkin lymphoma Novel coding and noncoding gene variants have been identified that may increase the risk for...

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09/29/22 Survey finds alarming number of young women have no plans of getting mammograms

SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 by Orlando Health Although recent guidelines state women at average risk should start mammograms at age 40, a new national survey by Orlando Health finds...

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09/29/22 Heart disease prevention is particularly important in cancer patients

SEPTEMBER 26, 2022 by Johannes Angerer, Medical University of Vienna Heart disease prevention is particularly important in cancer patients Baseline cardiovascular toxicity...

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09/29/22 Shape-shifting fat cells fuel breast cancer growth

SEPTEMBER 23, 2022 by UT Southwestern Medical Center Fat cells (shown in red) take on a new form (green) as they come in contact with a tumor (blue). Credit: UT Southwestern...

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09/29/22 Active surveillance feasible for low-risk thyroid cancer

SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 Active surveillance may be a viable strategy for most diagnosed thyroid cancers, according to a study published online on Sept. 15 in JAMA...

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09/29/22 Ryan Reynolds has urged 45-year-olds to screen for bowel cancer. But the case for screening in your 40s isn't clear cut

SEPTEMBER 21, 2022 by Katy Bell and Paul Glasziou, The Conversation Older Australians are asked to test every two years. Credit: Shutterstock Last week, actors Ryan Reynolds...

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09/29/22 Cancer in those under 50 is rising, globally. Why?

SEPTEMBER 20, 2022 by Siobhan Glavey, The Conversation Gut bacteria are changed by a high-sugar diet. Credit: Oleksandra Naumenko/Shutterstock We know what we need to do to...

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09/29/22 Drug resistance is a powerful menace in certain breast and ovarian cancers. Now scientists are figuring out why

SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 FEATURE by Delthia Ricks, Medical Xpress Just as bacteria, viruses, and fungi develop strategies to outsmart antimicrobial medications, cancer cells can...

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09/29/22 Breast cancer findings 'suggest a new set of criteria for avoiding radiation'

SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 by Maureen Salamon, Harvard Medical School Women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer often can choose to have a lumpectomy, which removes only...

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09/29/22 Cost of cancer treatment can impact health of survivors

SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 by Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University A significant number of people who have survived cancer are living in poverty, which can have...

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09/29/22 Out-of-pocket costs for cancer care keep climbing

SEPTEMBER 14, 2022 Out-of-pocket costs for cancer care keep climbing Cancer patients already have a lot to deal with emotionally and physically. But research shows that insured...

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09/13/22 Study of cancer immunotherapy patients reveals markers of treatment response

SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 by Allessandra DiCorato, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard The treatment of blood cancers has dramatically improved in the last five years, thanks to a...

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09/13/22 Quantitative pathologic analysis may help predict prognosis in colorectal cancer

SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 Quantitative pathologic analysis may help predict prognosis in CRC The quantitative segmentation algorithm (QuantCRC) may improve the prediction of...

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09/13/22 T cells that 'nibble' tumors unwittingly help cancer evade the immune response

SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 by University of Pennsylvania The immune system is equipped to respond not just to external invaders—think viruses, bacteria, and parasites—but also to...

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09/13/22 Breaking down proteins: How starving cancer cells switch food sources

SEPTEMBER 9, 2022 by German Cancer Research Center Cancer cells often grow in environments that are low in nutrients, and they cope with this challenge by switching their...

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09/09/22 Putting liquid biopsies on solid ground: Cancer diagnosis from a milliliter of blood

SEPTEMBER 8, 2022 by Weizmann Institute of Science Blood tests—simple, noninvasive and economically feasible—promise to become the next major milestone in cancer diagnosis....

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09/09/22 Patients with some forms of aggressive esophageal cancers may benefit from treatment targeting how cells self-regulate

SEPTEMBER 7, 2022 by Case Western Reserve University Research led by Case Western Reserve University has identified a promising path to developing therapies to treat...

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09/09/22 Cancers in adults under 50 are on the rise globally

SEPTEMBER 6, 2022 by Brigham and Women's Hospital Over recent decades, more and more adults under the age of 50 are developing cancer. A study conducted by researchers from...

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09/06/22 Researchers suggest it's time for updated warning labels on alcoholic beverages

September 6, 2022 Report by Bob Yirka , Medical Xpress A pair of researchers, one with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the other with the University of North...

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09/06/22 Using machine learning to identify undiagnosable cancers

SEPTEMBER 2, 2022 by Bendta Schroeder, Massachusetts Institute of Technology “Machine learning tools like this one could empower oncologists to choose more effective...

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