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2 hrs ago | This is Guernsey
Jeremy Hunt says every patient in the NHS has a right to see a GP "who can spot cancer symptoms early enough to make a difference" Thousands of people eventually diagnosed with cancer may be failed by GPs who do not refer them quickly enough, data suggests.
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3 hrs ago | Science Daily
The drug candidate used in the research has been developed by scientists from Karolinska Institutet and a Swedish company following its initial identification at the same university.
6 hrs ago | Patch.com
Grand Wine and Spirit and Waterford Wine and Spirit stores raised $2,000 for the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
10 hrs ago | Reuters
An experimental drug from Novartis to treat a type of bone marrow cancer met its primary goal in a late-stage study, the Swiss drugmaker said on Friday.
Survival rates are forecast to improve significantly over the next seven years due to early detection and greater awareness through high-profile campaigns.
Small, carefully administered doses of carbon monoxide was shown to amplify the effect of chemotherapy and restrict the proliferative capacity of cancerous cells.
A team of scientists, led by principal investigator Paul S. Mischel, MD, a member of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, has found that brain cancer cells resist therapy by dialing down the gene mutation targeted by drugs, then ... (more)
Xiaowei Wang, PhD, and his colleagues have designed synthetic molecules that combine the advantages of two experimental RNA therapies against cancer.
A technique that uses focused ultrasound under magnetic resonance guidance to heat and destroy tumors may offer a safe and effective treatment for breast cancer , according to research presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America .
A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said Wednesday.
A cell-processing lab where T cell research is done, at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Survival rates for nine out of 10 common cancers are lower than the European average in the UK, despite rapid improvements in diagnosis and treatment since the end of the 1990s, a major study has shown.
A sensitive new DNA test can predict how long ovarian cancer patients will survive, and guide personalized treatment decisions, according to new research.
The physical and emotional after-effects of cancer treatment - things like fatigue, pain and depression - have been well-documented.
Traci Stevens uses the Abl gene from a fruit fly embryo, pictured here, to investigate the pathways by which Abl regulates cell migration.
Mike Divney, Dr. Mark Gordon, Dr. Mark Fialk, Dr. Sara Sadan, Dr. Randy Stevens, White Plains Hospital President Susan Fox, Dr. Seth Lerner, Dr. Herb Gretz III, Dr. Dan Costin, CEO of White Plains Hospital Jon B. Schandler.