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Stem Cell Findings Point Toward New Cancer Treatments - by: Rosie Mestel and Eryn Brown,la times


When cancers are treated, tumors may shrink but then come roaring back. Now studies on three different types of tumors suggest a key reason why: The cancers are fueled by stem cells that chemotherapy ...

Cancer Stem Cells Tracked - by: Monya Baker,Nature News


The master builders that underlie tumour growth may inform treatment strategies. For the first time, researchers can trace cell lineage within a growing tumour. Cancer researchers can sequence tumour ...

Breast Cancer Breakthrough Made - by: World First Staff,World First Travel Insurance


Scientists have found the gene that carries and spreads breast cancer. Scientists are hopeful they can find new ways of treating breast cancer after they identified the gene that carries and encour...

Study Says Breast Cancer Risk Might Be Tied To Breast Size - by: Catherine Pearson,HuffingTonPost.com


Researchers at a commercial DNA testing service say they have found a handful of genes that help determine whether a woman spends her life as an A cup or a D. ...

New Radiation Therapy Platform For Thailand and Philippines - by: BioSpectrum Bureau,Biospectrumasia.com


Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital in Thailand and Makati Medical Center in Philippines have begun treating patients with TomoTherapy System, a fully-integrated, 3D image-guided intensity modulated...

LegoChem Offers New Platform in Anti-Cancer Therapy - by: Amrita Tejasvi,Biospectrumasia.com


Korea-based LegoChem Biosciences (LCB) was started in 2006 with the objective to accelerate discovery and development of new small molecule drugs. The company is committed to building sustainable p...

Higher Rates Of Advanced Imaging Raise Radiation Exposure - by: Nicole Ostrow,Bloomberg.com


The number of Americans undergoing advanced imaging tests has skyrocketed, increasing their exposure to radiation that may result in cancer later in life, a study found. ...

What does the future hold for kids with cancer? - by: HEIDI STEVENS,Star tribune


Freezing girls' reproductive tissues before their cancer treatments could enable them to bear children in adulthood. But the results are unclear. ...

People With Severe Sleep Apnea Five Times More Likely To Die From Cancer, Study Shows - by: Ryan Jaslow ,cbs news


Sleep apnea is a problem that goes well beyond annoying your partner with loud snoring. Research is showing it can raise risk for heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. Now, a new study finds it can m...

Nursing Official Battled Cancer While Still Working, Gaining Master's - by: JOHN HALE,kj online


Mary Anderson survived breast cancer while she was earning a master's degree in nursing leadership online from St. Joseph's College in North Windham. Mary Anderson, left, and Tiffiny Rooney...

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