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29 min ago | Philly.com
Cigarettes might "trick" smokers' brains to respond more strongly to positive images of smoking than to negative images, a small, new study suggests.
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4 hrs ago | CBC News
Stephanie Doyle Grady has base midline carcinoma, an extremely rare form of cancer, and has been accepted for a clinical trial in Boston.
5 hrs ago | KPLC-TV Lake Charles
There is a new recommendation that long-time smokers get annual CT scans to screen for lung cancer, even if they do not have symptoms.
6 hrs ago | Connect Savannah
JinHi Soucy Rand, the proprietress of Muse Arts Warehouse, guest-directed Bay Street Theatre's joyful production of Jonathan Larson's musical Rent last spring.
7 hrs ago | EurekAlert!
Professor John Field, a Clinical Professor of Molecular Oncology, will receive 200,000 for the Liverpool Lung Project .
9 hrs ago | The Irish World Newspaper
A Trinity College Dublin researcher's up-close image of a lung cancer cell wins international GE Healthcare Cell Imaging Competition The image was taken by Donegal Town native Dr Martin Barr, Clinical Scientist and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Institute of Molecular Medicine in Trinity College Dublin and St James's Hospital, Dublin, who was ... (more)
10 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Until recently, cancer treatment has been fairly crude and unfocused, according to Dave Hout, vice president of research and development at Nashville-based company Insight Genetics.
Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the OncoGenex Fourth Quarter and Year-end 2013 Financial Results Conference Call.
Campaigners are calling on Chancellor George Osborne to increase the tobacco "tax escalator" from 2% to 5% above inflation year on year More than 100,000 people would quit smoking in one year alone if the Chancellor increased the tax on cigarettes to 5% above inflation, according to 80 leading health charities and experts.
When the students of Pine Ridge High School in Deltona, Fla., kick off their heels and dance at their Roaring '20s-themed prom this May, they'll know they have done so for a good cause.
Although the number of Iowans expected to develop cancer this year is only up slightly over 2013, the number of people expected to die from the disease will remain the same -- a pattern that has remained consistent over the past six years.
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What does it take to stay cancer-free? And what should you do once diagnosed? Here are tips from doctors.
ADELAIDE On his deathbed, Dean Bailey delivered a parting message the Adelaide Crows say will guide them not just through football, but life.
A faster and less expensive form of radiotherapy for treating prostate cancer may come at a price, according to a new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers-a higher rate of urinary complications.
Despite a recent diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer, Max Keeping, 71, says that he intends on speeding up, not slowing down.
Several FDA-approved cancer drugs induce an overproliferation of stem cells that can lead to new tumor growth, a new study finds.