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World Cancer Day: WHO Warns Half of the World’s Countries Unprepared for Cancer Prevention and Management - by: UNRIC,UNRIC.org


A recent WHO survey for World Cancer Day warns more than half of all countries worldwide are struggling to prevent cancer and provide treatment and chronic care to cancer patients. This means that cur...

A 20 percent Drop in Cancer Death Rates Over Last Two Decades - by: Denise Mann,WebMD


Cancer death rates peaked 20 years ago, and have fallen since by 20% according to the latest statistics from the American Cancer Society. This means that 1.2 million lives were spared from 1991 to ...

Cancer Rates Lower On Some Tumor Types - by: Alexandra Sifferlin,Healthland Time


The U.S. is making progress in controlling some tumors, The Annual Report to the Nation shows. Yet rates of cancer related to the human papillomavirus are still high. ...

Gene Variations Linked To Lung Cancer Susceptibility - by: Immediate Release,National Institute of Health


An international group of scientists has identified three genetic regions that predispose Asian women who have never smoked to lung cancer. The finding provides further evidence that risk of lung c...

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...

Achieving 1,000 cases of thoracic surgery on lung, esophageal disease, and pectus excavatum per year - by: The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital ,


A medical team, consisting of Prof. Sook-Whan Sung, Prof. Young-Pil Wang, Prof. Jae-Kil Park, and Prof. Hyung Joo Park from the department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at the Catholic... ...

Gene Therapy Used to Treat Cancer of the Blood - by: Kelly Hamilton,Green Answers


A new breakthrough in health technology is showing positive signs in effectively treating cancer.  Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are looking to combat cancer by building an im...

Bone Marrow Cancer Hope As Scientists Identify Gene That Increases Risk By 30 Per Cent - by: Sadie Whitelocks,Daily Mail


Scientists have made a key breakthrough in the search for a better treatment for bone marrow cancer. For the first time they have identified the genes responsible for an aggressive form of the dis...

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