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Genome revolution targets treatments for common cancers
NewsRT.co.uk - 70 Minutes ago
NHS patients in England will be the first in the world to participate in an ambitious government-led programme to sequence 100,000 genomes as part of a “paradigm shift” in healthcare focusing on the genetic
00:56 Genome revolution targets treatments for common cancers NewsRT.co.uk
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Forum Post: RE: Leaving home later today!
Macmillan Cancer Support - 90 Minutes ago
My Darling husband will be leaving our home  later today  ON our 7th wedding anniversary, He will go to the chapel of rest, until his funeral in the new year. I'm  totally heartbroken but so very thankful
Forum Post: Leaving home later today! Macmillan Cancer Support
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Forum Post: Didn't make it on time
Macmillan Cancer Support - 48 Minutes ago
I lost my mum 2 weeks ago because of lung cancer. She has been in bone metastasis for a little while and decided to hide it from me. Finally, when it got bad, they called me saying that it's time to come
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One Common Genetic Variant and the Bacteria Inside Of Us Help Dictate Inflammation,
Health Canal - 56 Minutes ago
PHILADELPHIA – A common polymorphism – a variation in a person’s DNA sequence that is found with regularity in the general population – can lead to a chain of events that dictates how a tumor will progress
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Forum Post: Carboplatin/Caelyx
Macmillan Cancer Support - 65 Minutes ago
Hi I'm about to start on six months of Carboplatin/Caelyx given one day a month. Has anyone been through, or is currently on this treatment? Can you tell me what to expect? I'm a bit disappointed as
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£300m bid to find new cancer cures by mapping our DNA: Unlocking genetic code could
Capital Bay - 68 Minutes ago
Cancer treatment could be transformed by project to read our DNA Scientists hope it will lead to faster and more accurate diagnosis  Predicted genetic revolution will make chemotherapy obsolete in 20
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Immortal Cells Could Inspire Cancer Therapies
Bio Techniques - 2 Hours ago
Efficient immortalization of epithelial cells could help researchers develop ways to prevent the malignant progression of human carcinomas. Learn more...
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Vaccine therapy for prostate cancer patients with rising PSA examined
FirstWord Pharma - 2 Hours ago
You currently are not registered for any FirstWord Pharma services. Register to FirstWord Pharma for free access to 10 articles every 30 days: You can also: Wait 27 days for your content allowance to
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Date Night for Cancer Patient
Lakeland Ledger - 60 Minutes ago
Hospital workers in Orlando transformed a hospital room into a bistro so that a Stage 4 cancer patient could have a romantic date with his wife. Workers at Florida Hospital strung decorative lights
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Vaccine therapy for prostate cancer patients with rising PSA examined -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 110 Minutes ago
Aiming to increase treatment options for prostate cancer patients who have an early relapse, investigators from a multi-institutional cooperative group -- including Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
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The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation Hosted...
San Francisco Chronicle - 10 Hours ago
The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation hosted successful Hope for the Holidays Toy Drive Downey, CA (PRWEB) December 21, 2014 The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation hosted their third
The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation Hosted Successful Hope for the Holidays Stamford Advocate
The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation Hosted Successful Hope... PRWeb
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‘40% cancer patients die untreated’
Times of India - 6 Hours ago
KOLKATA: More than 40% of the state's cancer patients die without treatment and a quarter of them is never diagnosed and the rest never make it to a specialized treatment centre. On Sunday, these disturbing
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Merck buys new-cancer-drug firm
New Zealand Herald - 10 Hours ago
Drugmaker Merck says it's bought a Swiss biotech company developing cancer drugs as part of its strategy to be a top player in cancer, one of the hottest pharmaceutical research areas. Merck & Co.,
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Health-related quality of life in patients with melanoma expressed as utilities
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1443-50  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Tromme I; Devleesschauwer B; Beutels P; Richez P; Leroy A; Baurain JF; Cornelis F; Bertrand C; Legrand N; Degueldre J; Thomas L; Legrand C;
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Alcohol intake and early-onset basal cell carcinoma in a case-control study.
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1451-7  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Zhang Y; Ferrucci LM; Cartmel B; Molinaro AM; Leffell DJ; Bale AE; Mayne ST BACKGROUND: Previous epidemiological studies of overall
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Analysis of human ??-papillomavirus and Merkel cell polyomavirus infection in skin
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1525-8  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Peretti A; Borgogna C; Rossi D; De Paoli L; Bawadekar M; Zavattaro E; Boldorini R; De Andrea M; Gaidano G; Gariglio M BACKGROUND: Research
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Excision of fascia in melanoma thicker than 2??mm: no evidence for improved clinical
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Excision of fascia in melanoma thicker than 2 mm: no evidence for improved clinical outcome. Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1391-6  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Hunger RE; Seyed Jafari SM; Angermeier S; Shafighi M
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A case of tumour necrosis factor-?? inhibitor- and rituximab-induced plantar pustular
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1546-9  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Jayasekera P; Parslew R; Al-Sharqi A Rituximab, a chimeric B-cell-depleting monoclonal antibody, is a well-established therapy for rheumatoid
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Chemoradiotherapy with taxane is superior to conventional surgery and radiotherapy
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1493-500  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Fujisawa Y; Yoshino K; Kadono T; Miyagawa T; Nakamura Y; Fujimoto M BACKGROUND: The prognosis of cutaneous angiosarcoma (CAS), especially
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Cost-effectiveness of topical imiquimod and fluorouracil vs. photodynamic therapy
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1501-7  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Arits AH; Spoorenberg E; Mosterd K; Nelemans P; Kelleners-Smeets NW; Essers BA BACKGROUND: A recent noninferiority randomized trial
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The hidradenitis suppurativa priority setting partnership.
British Journal of Dermatology - 14 Hours ago
Br J Dermatol.  2014; 171(6):1422-7  (ISSN: 1365-2133) Ingram JR; Abbott R; Ghazavi M; Alexandroff AB; McPhee M; Burton T; Clarke T BACKGROUND: Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) has been neglected
Alcoholic drinks and skin cancer - boozing on the beach and beyond. British Journal of Dermatology
Association of hidradenitis suppurativa disease severity with increased risk for British Journal of Dermatology
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The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation Hosted Successful Hope for the Holidays
A.M. Best - 18 Hours ago
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Forum Post: Re: Another bad day!
Macmillan Cancer Support - 4 Hours ago
I went to church today for the first time in 10 years. I used to go every week. I felt very emotional but it felt right for me. The rest of my day was awful. My partner and I had stupid arguments over
Forum Post: Another bad day! Macmillan Cancer Support
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New test to diagnose thyroid cancer
ABC30 - 3 Hours ago
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Thyroid cancer is the most rapidly increasing type of cancer in the U.S, with 63,000 new cases diagnosed in the past year. Traditionally, doctors diagnose thyroid cancer with
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Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease Drug Development Halted by Roche After They
Hngn.com - 2 Hours ago
06:43 PM EST A worker makes his way on a bridge at Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche plant in Basel. (Photo : Reuters) Roche announced on Friday that it was halting the clinical studies of
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