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Cervical cancer continues to threaten women's health worldwide, and the incidence of cervical adenocarcinoma is rising in the developed countries.
Employees at Cancer Genetics, Inc., are on the cutting edge of developing cancer tests, and many employees have personal stories of their own cancers and those of family members who have battled the cancers the company addresses.
The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is the main cause of cervical cancer in women, causing around 90 percent of all cases of this deadly cancer.
As one of the 10 largest medical exhibitions in the U.S., the 2014 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo is the place where breakthrough innovations in clinical testing and patient care are introduced to the healthcare world.
The Human Services Department's Medical Assistance Program is now providing coverage for breast and cervical cancer treatment for uninsured women.
The restructured agreement eliminates a milestone payment due upon the commencement of a Phase 3 clinical trial in humans and modifies milestone payments relating to first regulatory approval which to more fully utilize its financial resources on the current clinical development of its Lm -LLO cancer immunotherapy technology and it provides success ... (more)
The University of Pennsylvania has restructured an exclusive license agreement with a publicly traded Princeton, N.J. biotech firm attempting to commercialize an experimental cancer treatment technology discovered and developed by Penn researchers.
The 6th Annual Relay for Life was held July 19th & 20th in Oakland to stand up to cancer and honor those who have fought or are fighting cancer, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Before it was the Commonwealth Games, it was the Empire Games, and Vancouver was the site 60 years ago this week.
If you're being treated for cancer, you might have questions about fertility preservation.
Not enough doctors are encouraging teens and young adults to get the HPV vaccination, which guards against the human papillomavirus, one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases and one that can lead to the development cervical cancer, anal cancer, penile cancer and throat cancer.
A MOTHER who wrote farewell letters to her young sons and planned her own funeral after being wrongly diagnosed with terminal cancer has won a five-figure damages settlement from a health board.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 08:37 pm
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