By Admin at 22 Jul 2016
Researchers at Oxford and Nottingham Universities have developed a new drug that may help slow down the growth of triple negative breast cancer — considered the most aggressive and hardest-to-treat form of breast cancer.
By Admin at 19 Jul 2016
"Scanxiety" is the overwhelming feeling of anxiety that comes up when you’re facing a follow-up health scan. Though you may feel like you have no control over the outcome of the scan, there are steps you can take to help you cope with the anxiety.
By Admin at 15 Jul 2016
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research in London analyzed genes from more than 1,000 people with early-onset familial colon cancer and identified five new mutations that may increase such risk.
By Admin at 13 Jul 2016
A new study showed that incorporating immunotherapy into ovarian cancer treatment might combat chemotherapy resistance and improve survival rates.
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