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Cervical-Cancer, Cancer-Treatment medical news in London, United-Kingdom

A Better Treatment for Prostate Cancer: Skin Patches - by: James Gallagher,BBC


A cheaper and safer treatment for prostate cancer than current therapies may be skin patches, which deliver estrogen into the blood, a study says. ...

Genes Can Tell If You Are Vulnerable To Cancer - by: HT Correspondent,Hindustan Times


A study on your family history and genes profile can tell whether you are prone to develop cancer or not. Studies across the globe confirm this. ...

Action on cancer: Breaking down gene codes - by: Marie Szaniszlo,Boston Herald


Cambridge based biotech Foundation Anesthetic advances in new field: tackling Cancer with high-tech. CEO Michael Pellini wants to take the recent findings to practice by presenting the new technolo...

Study Suggests Aspirin May Help Treat Colon Cancers - by: Marilynn Marchione,SCI Tech Today .com


One of the oldest and cheapest drugs around may be highly effective against colon cancer, a new study shows. Among patients with the mutations, those who regularly took aspirin lived longer than th...

Breast Cancer Preventive Foods - by: Dr. Nalini Chilkov,HuffPost Healthy Living


Eat like your life depends on it. So say the authors of a recently-published book, The Whole Food Guide for Breast Cancer Survivors. Here is a must-have book for all women who have been through bre...

Obesity Epidemic Causes 22.000 Cases of Cancer Each Year - by: Sophie Borland ,Health Reporter


Academics have said thousands of Britons are being diagnosed with cancer as result of being too fat. Being overweight or obese is directly responsible for 22,138 cancer cases every year, new resear...

Breast Cancer Patients Urged To Expect More From Reconstructive Surgery - by: ,British Association of Plastic Surgeons


Breast cancer patients should not be left unsatisfied following reconstructive surgery, warns leading UK cosmetic surgeon and former C4 Embarrassing Bodies expert Dalvi Humzah....

Drug company will fund rare cancer treatment - by: ,Nursing Times.com


The manufacturer of a drug which could extend the lives of thousands of people suffering from a rare form of cancer has agreed to pay for further patient treatment as part of a cost-cutting scheme....

Medical Tourism is Thriving - by: Amy Keller,Florida Trend


Florida's medical facilities are cultivating a thriving business among foreigners seeking healthcare. About 400,000 patients visited the U.S. in 2008....
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