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How to Fight Cancer (When Cancer Fights Back)

Understanding how the disease evolves is the key to stopping it.<p>In early 2014, Laura Brealey was visiting her daughters in Singapore when she slipped on a marble floor and cracked her hip. She had it replaced, but in the process, the surgeons noticed that her breathing sounded odd, and told her to …

Cancer

Girl shaves head for brother with cancer

Lymphoma Bone Marrow Transplant Recipients, Other Patients to Meet Donors at City of Hope Event

City of Hope is hosting its 41st Annual Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion on April 28, to offer patients with blood cancers like lymphoma the chance to …

Cancer

7th-grader tests cancer-fighting chemicals in green tea

“We’re very far off from finding a cure for humans... but this really does advance the research," 12-year-old's dad says

Cancer

Nebraska mom fighting third cancer diagnosis

Cancer has been part of Missy Givens’ life for 11 years.<p>After her third diagnosis, the word “cancer” is starting to lose its power. She’s beaten …

Marathons

Family creates #MustardChallenge to raise funds for childhood cancer in honor of daughter

The heartbroken family of an 11-year-old who courageously fought brain cancer is continuing her fight two years after her death through “The Mustard Challenge,” a fundraising campaign that they hope will take social media by storm similar to the way “The Ice Bucket Challenge” did.<p>Naya Summy was …

Cancer

What the new, FDA-approved 23andMe genetic health risk reports can, and can't, tell you

Genetic testing firm 23andMe got approval from the Food and Drug Administration last week to sell reports that show customers whether they have an increased genetic risk of developing certain diseases and conditions.<p>The go-ahead is the first time the federal agency has approved such …

Genetic Testing

#MCL?▶ #SocialCurrentSee

Increasingly, medical science is able to test for risk factors for certain deadly diseases among the healthy population. The following account …

Pancreatic Cancer: A Beautiful Story of Survival

Scientists Have Found a New Way to Get Cancer Cells to Self-Destruct

Set proteins to "kill".<p>A newly discovered mechanism causes cancerous cells to kill themselves off, and researchers say it could be particularly …

Breast Cancer 'Immunotherapy' Helps Some With Tough-to-Treat Disease

MONDAY, April 3, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Women with a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer who responded to an new immune-focused drug …

Cancer

Survival Continues to Improve for Most Cancers

FRIDAY, March 31, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Overall cancer death rates in the United States continue to fall, but racial gaps persist, a new report …

Cancer

U.S. Thyroid Cancer Cases Continue to Rise

FRIDAY, March 31, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- The rate of Americans diagnosed with thyroid cancer has more than tripled over the past four decades, and …

Cancer
Pain

Why Some Cancer Research Information Isn’t Shared

Concerns over funding, intellectual property, and patient privacy can cause some institutions to wait before they release their data. Joe Biden wants …

Cancer

Got an old bike? Trade it in at Evans Cycles, get £250 off a new one AND help charity

<b>Trade in your bike at Evans Cycles and get up to £250 off your brand new bike</b><p>Evans Cycles are running an exciting scheme where if you trade in your …

Repairs

Annual report to the nation: Cancer death rates continue to decline

Overall cancer death rates continue to decrease in men, women, and children for all major racial and ethnic groups, according to the latest Annual …

Noah Buble's recovery from liver cancer hailed 'a blessing from God' by joyful family

The uncle of Noah Buble has described the youngster's return to Argentina after his treatment for liver cancer as a "blessing from God".<p>Dario …

Cancer

Young cancer patients may struggle socially years after diagnosis

Children afflicted with cancer may struggle to lead normal social lives even two years after being diagnosed, a study suggests, with many experiencing reduced functioning in the social realm. To combat these findings, researchers said treatment plans should include measures to reduce psychological …

Cancer

Symposium discusses latest and future of stem cell therapy

DUARTE>> Dozens of doctors, scientists, businesses and others gathered at City of Hope Thursday for the second California Institute for Regenerative …

Medicine

The race to sequence the human genome - Tien Nguyen

Sephora Is Launching a Beauty Class for Women and Men with Cancer

This article originally appeared on People. For more stories like this, visit people.com.<p>Hours before Sephora opens its doors to the public, the beauty emporium is already bustling. Inside, “cast members” (Sephora-speak for sales associates) are mingling with nearly a dozen women whose skin care …

Skin Care

​Skin Cancer Isn’t the Only Health Risk Of Tanning

Keep this in mind as the warmer months approach​<p>By now, you already know that tanning significantly increases your risk for skin cancer. But according to a recent study from the Yale School of Public Health, soaking in those rays is linked to other serious health complications, too.<p>After surveying …

Controversial Study Chalks Cancer Up to Bad Luck

​A new study from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center suggests many cancers are unavoidable<p>A controversial new study from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center suggests that most cancer-causing mutations are simply unavoidable and random.<p>Bert Vogelstein and Cristian Tomasetti have doubled down on …

Researchers Are Concerned This Pesticide May Cause Cancer

A group of environmental health researchers is calling for federal regulators to reassess the safety of the world's most commonly used herbicide …

Cancer

Mom who beat cancer while pregnant dies day after giving birth to twins

A California mother who beat cancer while pregnant with twins died tragically Friday, just a day after giving birth. Now, family and friends of 30-year-old Jamie Snider are raising funds to help care for her surviving four children, and are remembering her bright smile and loving nature.<p>“Jamie was …

Gene therapy: What personalized medicine means for you

From CNET Magazine: What if the next pill you took were tailored to your genetic makeup? That day is almost here.<p>Thuy Truong thought her aching back was just a pulled muscle from working out. But then came a high fever that wouldn't go away during a visit to Vietnam. When a friend insisted Truong, …

Medicine

Boy loses his leg to cancer. Then he meets 3-legged dog who understands his struggle

Quinn Scharn, 12-years-old, beat cancer two times.<p>“He had two different kinds of cancers,” said Teresa Howell, his mother. “He was first diagnosed as …

The Cancer Researcher: Ohio State Responds

<b>To the Editor:</b><p>A March 9 front-page article raised questions regarding an Ohio State University faculty member and cancer researcher, Dr. Carlo Croce, and examined the system used by the international scientific community for handling claims of research misconduct.<p>From the time of the university’s …

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