By Admin at 28 Oct 2015
A new blood test may offer a significantly better option to breast cancer survivors, as it can identify patients at risk of a relapse months before tumors are visible on hospital scans.
By Admin at 26 Oct 2015
Health organizations have long recommended that men begin yearly PSA screening at the age of 50, or even at 40 or 45 if a high risk of prostate cancer was present. This is now controversial, however, in large part because many benign prostate conditions can also cause PSA levels to rise.
By Admin at 23 Oct 2015
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is the most common type of leukemia in adults, and although survival rates vary from two to 20 years after diagnosis, it is considered incurable with conventional therapies. While stem cell transplants may provide a cure, not all patients are eligible for the procedure, which is why a new experimental therapy, called CTL019, is raising hope for many.
By Admin at 21 Oct 2015
Anthony Holland, PhD, figured out that cancer cells are vulnerable to frequencies between 100,000 hertz and 300,000 hertz. His team tackled pancreatic and leukemia cells, which were similarly destroyed.
By Admin at 19 Oct 2015
Research published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, revealed 20 genes, or biomarkers, that are associated with prostate cancer. Some of them were also associated with a particularly aggressive form of the disease.
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