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  1. Al Copeland Foundation's Lafreniere Park light display raises money for cancer treatment: LetterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times-Picayune

    ... / THE TIMES-PICAYUNE) Re: "Behind the glimmering Al Copeland lights, a money pit for Jefferson," NOLA. com, Dec. 9 Cancer respects no geographic boundaries. Jefferson Parish patients and families are among those who benefit from the discoveries and ...

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  2. Medivation Poised To Expand As Xtandi Shows Efficacy In Advanced Triple Negative Breast CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Seeking Alpha

    Xtandi clinical benefit rate of 35% at 6 months for advanced AR+ triple negative breast cancer patients is best-in-class for targeted therapies. Xtandi nearly doubled response rate compared to Bicalutamide in breast cancer study, hinting that prostate cancer data comparing the two will likely be positive.

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  3. Sting, Brian Yorkey & Steven Lutvak to Join Broadway Inspirational...Read the original story

    Wednesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... Me" is an annual program where BIV matches a Broadway composing team and songwriters with patients battling pediatric cancer and their caregivers. Over a three-week period, the composer/lyricist team meets regularly with the child and family. On the ...

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  4. Selfless mum who refused life-saving cancer treatment to save her...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mirror.co.uk

    The television presenter passed up life-saving cancer treatment so that her son would be born healthy - but the aggressive disease left her with just 100 days to enjoy her new family A Chinese TV star has died after refusing life-saving treatment for an aggressive cancer , so she could save her unborn child. Television presenter, Qiu Yuanyan, of Zhengzhou in Henan province died las week, just 100 days after the birth of her son, Niannian.

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  5. The Richi Childhood Cancer Foundation Successfully Hosted Its Winter Wonderland Family FestivalRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR Log

    ... founder. "Our whole project is fueled by the idea that making people smile is just a first step in battling childhood cancer. And today, all I can see are happy faces", said Garcia referring to Richi Foundation motto "Smile To Cure". In a ...

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  6. Northumberland businessman's 4QCancer clothing range launched to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Chronicle Live

    Mark Baxter, of Bedlington, came up with the idea to brand hoodies and t-shirt after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer Mark Baxter of the Copper Kattle Cafe in Ashington who is selling T-Shirts and hoodies to raise cash for 4QCancer charity Mark Baxter, of Bedlington , is selling hoodies and t-shirts branded with the slogan '4Q Cancer' in an effort to raise an ambitious A 100,000 for Northumberland cancer charities by July next year. The 45-year-old, who runs Copper Kettle in Ashington , was inspired by his wife Claire's battle with breast cancer, following her diagnosis eight years ago.

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  7. Cerulean Announces First Patient Dosed with CRLX301 in Phase 1/2a Trial in Advanced Solid TumorsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Freshnews

    ... tumor-targeted nanoparticle-drug conjugate (NDC) designed to concentrate in tumors and slowly release its anti-cancer payload, docetaxel, inside tumor cells. In preclinical studies, CRLX301 delivers up to 10 times more docetaxel into tumors, ...

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  8. 'Sugar-coated' microcapsule eliminates toxic punch of experimental anti-cancer drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EurekAlert!

    Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a sugar-based molecular microcapsule that eliminates the toxicity of an anticancer agent developed a decade ago at Johns Hopkins, called 3-bromopyruvate, or 3BrPA, in studies of mice with implants of human pancreatic cancer tissue. The encapsulated drug packed a potent anticancer punch, stopping the progression of tumors in the mice, but without the usual toxic effects.

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  9. 3D Printing Points Way to Smarter Cancer TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Scientific American

    ... hip replacements. And last year U.S. scientists grew human ears from cow cells with the help of a 3D printer. The new cancer work involves printing 3D "phantoms" of tumors and organs based on CT scans taken of patients during treatment. These ...

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  10. Curie-Cancer And GamaMabs Pharma SA Renew Their Research...Read the original story

    Tuesday | BioSpace

    Clinical trials are scheduled for 2015 to explore the value of the candidate drug 3C23K in relapsing ovarian cancer Paris and Toulouse, France, December 16, 2014 - Curie-Cancer, the body responsible for developing Institut Curie's industry partnership activities, and GamaMabs Pharma, a company specialized in the development of monoclonal antibodies for cancer, today announce the extension of their partnership to develop the 3C23K antibody for the treatment of gynecological cancers. An initial partnership agreement was concluded in 2013.

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  11. Finding Health Care for Uninsured Latinas to Reduce ER VisitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | KWBU-TV Waco

    ... The Seton hospital system , for instance, has started a program with a survivorship navigator who helps Latina cancer patients learn where to get health insurance on the federal marketplace under the Affordable Care Act, or if they don't qualify, ...

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  12. OncoTab, Inc. to Present at Biotech ShowcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    ... forward to sharing the unique story of our trails and successes in developing new tools for diagnosing and treating cancer." Dr. Mukherjee, an Irwin Belk Endowed Professor for Cancer Research at UNC Charlotte, founded the company in 2011 to pursue ...

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  13. Medivation Poised To Expand As Xtandi Shows Efficacy In Advanced Triple Negative Breast CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Seeking Alpha

    Xtandi clinical benefit rate of 35% at 6 months for advanced AR+ triple negative breast cancer patients is best-in-class for targeted therapies. Xtandi nearly doubled response rate compared to Bicalutamide in breast cancer study, hinting that prostate cancer data comparing the two will likely be positive.

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  14. 3-D Printing Points Way to Smarter Cancer TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... hip replacements. And last year U.S. scientists grew human ears from cow cells with the help of a 3D printer. The new cancer work involves printing 3D "phantoms" of tumors and organs based on CT scans taken of patients during treatment. These ...

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  15. Rob Ford's family to hand $90K to hospital in thanks for his cancer treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Brandon Sun

    ... $50,000. The donations are in recognition for the care the hospital has given the former mayor during his battle with cancer. Doug Ford confirmed Tuesday that his brother's tumour has shrunk by half, and said the former mayor will soon finish his ...

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  16. Guest Blogger Professor Rebecca Dresser: The Value of Role ReversalRead the original story

    Wednesday | HealthLawProf Blog

    ... point of view can be quite educational. I discovered this myself when I was given the option of enrolling in a cancer treatment trial. I had never realized that the extra appointments and procedures research enrollment requires can delay the start ...

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  17. Poll: Colchester hospital trust cleared of manipulating cancer waiting timesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | East Anglian Daily Times

    Two reports published today have cleared the trust running Colchester's hospitals of any wrong-doing over its cancer waiting times. Neither an independent investigation commissioned by directors at Colchester Hospital University Foundation NHS Trust nor a report produced by health watchdog Monitor has found any evidence of manipulation of data.

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  18. Bishop's Waltham shopkeeper charity work for cancer wardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Basingstoke Gazette

    A BISHOP'S Waltham trader has raised hundreds of pounds for cancer treatment in a raffle for a giant tin soldier. Emma Bondsfield of the Luvvit Want It boutique, raised more than A 300 at the town's Christmas fayre last Thursday.

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  19. Lovely locks are trimmed to help children facing chemotherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bedford Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Two girls have trimmed their lengthy locks to raise money for charity - and help people who have lost their hair through cancer treatment or other illnesses.

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  20. Support groups face closure after Dalziel Centre cutbacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Motherwell Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Two support groups for MS sufferers and cancer patients could be forced to disband due to the closure of a day hospice facility in Motherwell.

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