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  1. Preventing Spread of Cancer With Copper MoleculesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2010 | Science Daily

    A molecule containing copper that binds specifically with DNA and prevents the spread of cancer has been developed by scientists. First results show that it kills the cancer cells more quickly than cisplatin -- a widely used anti-cancer drug that is frequently administered in chemotherapy.

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  2. Sandusky and Brown City kids honor Jim WhymerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times Herald

    Sandusky and Brown City kids honor Jim Whymer Fundraisers net more than $1,500 to help with cancer treatment Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1AtB42e Jim Whymer with the bank filled with donations from the Sandusky student body, as well as the Sweetheart Queen and King he announced during the game. Taylor Ball, the Sandusky High School student who spearheaded the effort, stands directly behind Whymer.

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  3. Cancer survivors create Holi graffiti to celebrate the festival and spread message of hopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Merinews

    At a private hospital in Delhi, Holi week is being celebrated differently by combining art therapy with empowerment of the members of the cancer support group assisted by the doctors, para-medical staff and technicians. "This Holi, we are creating a Holi graffiti collectively with indoor and outdoor patients to combine festivities with art therapy.

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  4. Let patients get tests where costs are lowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    ... that these disparities adversely affect patients. Data from researchers at Milliman show that patients receiving cancer treatments in HOPDs spend $650 more in out-of-pocket copayments compared to patients receiving community-based cancer care. The ...

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  5. Susan Hicks Memorial 5K and Fun Run to benefit Women RockRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Texas e-News

    Cigna and Modern Woodmen of America presents the 5th Annual Women Rock Susan Hicks Memorial 5k, 10k, and Fun Run April 11, 2015 at Bonham High School Stadium. Join hundreds of walkers, runners, and supporters and pink the streets to spread awareness for breast cancer.

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  6. Coach leads team while battling cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KETV-TV

    Harlan's Mitch Osborn is wrapping up a high school basketball season he'll never forget. Osborn has coached his team all year despite intense treatment for cancer.

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  7. Colorectal cancer awareness: What you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    The month of March raises awareness of the fourth most common cancer in the United States: colorectal cancer. This form of cancer is known to affect people of all ethnic and racial backgrounds.

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  8. March Survivor of the Month: Susan BeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WBTV

    "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" is a song title and phrase that has shaped Susan and Stuart's journey through cancer treatments. Susan Beam was nominated to be a Survivor of the Month by her husband, Stuart.

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  9. Amgen's Kyprolis Outperforms Rival Drug In StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    ... me on Twitter, circle me on Google Plus, or subscribe to my Facebook page. In a new study, patients with the blood cancer multiple myeloma who had failed at least one prior treatment were half as likely to see their disease worsen if they received ...

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  10. UPDATE 1-Amgen says Kyprolis doubles progression-free survival vs VelcadeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Amgen Inc's Kyprolis helped patients with relapsed multiple myeloma live twice as long before their blood cancer worsened compared to a regimen containing rival drug Velcade, according to an interim analysis announced by the company on Sunday. Kyprolis, the centerpiece of Amgen's nearly $10 billion acquisition of Onyx Pharmaceuticals in 2013, had sales last year of $331 million.

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  11. UK columnist says PrEP will 'encourage reckless behaviour' among gay menRead the original story

    Yesterday | Blaze

    ... Platell said the NHS had already spent "millions of pounds" on AIDS prevention - and suggested money be spent on cancer treatments instead. "What kind of ethics is it to save one group of society from a disease that can be prevented by using a A 1 ...

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  12. Phase 3 Head-to-Head ENDEAVOR Study Demonstrates Superiority Of...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Freshnews

    ... identification number NCT01568866. About Multiple Myeloma Multiple myeloma is the second most common hematologic cancer and results from an abnormality of plasma cells, usually in the bone marrow. Worldwide, nearly 230,000 people are living with ...

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  13. New Iron Maiden Album Is 'Ready To Go,' But Postponed By Bruce Dickinson's Cancer Treatment [News]Read the original story

    Sunday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain has revealed that the band's new album is finished, but won't be released yet due to singer Bruce Dickinson 's ongoing cancer treatment. As reported , the vocalist has been diagnosed with throat cancer.

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  14. Beloved firefighter diagnosed with cancer passes awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | WISH-TV Indianapolis

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. A Fort Wayne firefighter who was diagnosed with cancer has died.

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  15. A heart-warming, inspiring womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Northern Daily Leader

    ... committed to supporting mental health sufferers and their families in cardiac medicine, and also the Gynaecological Cancer Foundation, which raises the awareness, and funds research for the prevention, detection and treatment of gynaecological ...

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  16. A simple procedure could be the difference between life and deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Las Vegas Sun

    Colonoscopies are the most important preventive measure against colorectal cancer, but patients can be uneasy talking about the subject and undergoing the test The National Cancer Institute estimates colorectal cancer, occurring either in the colon or rectum, will kill nearly 50,000 people in 2015, making it the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. While the numbers are alarming, it's important to know colorectal cancer is preventable and almost always treatable.

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  17. Non-Profit foundation works to prevent genetic cancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | KETV-TV

    GOOD EVENING I'M JEREMY MASKEL. AS GENERATIONS BATTLE BREAST CANCER ... AN OMAHA WOMAN'S VERY PERSONAL MISSION - IS TO TACKLE A aCURE.

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  18. Benmosche, controversial former Aig Ceo, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Fortune

    Benmosche, 70, had undergone treatment for cancer since 2010, according to a statement from AIG. He died at a New York hospital Friday morning with his family at his side, according to the statement.

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  19. Quality of Life - A Cat StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | DurhamRegion.com

    ... our vet gently suggested we try a low dose of prednisone. She couldn't say with certainty if he had asthma or cancer but the prednisone would alleviate his symptoms and make his life comfortable either way. Thankfully he responded well to a low dose ...

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  20. How A Group Of Lung Cancer Survivors Got Doctors To ListenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Chris Newman, seen at her home in Los Molinos, Calif., calls the change she helped get made to lung cancer treatment guidelines a "small, but very important victory." A group of lung cancer survivors was chatting online last May about what they thought was a big problem: Influential treatment guidelines published by a consortium of prominent cancer centers didn't reflect an option that several people thought had saved their lives.

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