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CHFR Gene Plays Key Role in Preventing Breast Cancer

A University of Michigan study has found that the absence or low function of a gene, called CHFR in breast cells trigger abnormal cells which are predisposed to become cancerous. Read More
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Research Finds Non-toxic Treatment With Broad Anti-cancer Potential

A new non-toxic treatment that seems to have broad anti-cancer potential has been developed by researchers at the University of Missouri. Read More
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Cancer Causing Genes may Be Turned Off by Exercise

A new study has suggested that prostate cancer causing genes may be turned off by better diet and exercise. Read More
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Recurrent Prostate Cancer Patients may Be Helped by Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy may increase survival rates in patients with recurrent prostate cancer, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions have found. Read More
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Study Finds New Inhibitors of Estrogen-dependent Breast Cancer Cells

Some compounds that may inhibit the growth of estrogen-dependent breast cancer cells have been identified by researchers from University of Illinois, Colorado and North Carolina. This may help find new drugs for the treatment of the cancer. Read More
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Cancer Deaths 20 Percent Higher in North of England

The National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) has filed a report which shows that cancer deaths are 20 percent higher in the North of England. Read More
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Scientists Identify Biomarkers That may Predict Prostate Cancer Recurrence

Seven biomarkers that could help predict prostate cancer recurrence after surgery have been identified by scientists from University of Texas Southwestern. Read More
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Learning Maths may Help Treat and Cure Leukemia

If your kid complains that his math homework is of no use in real life, convey him this simple message - the subject can help cure leukemia. Read More
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Mystery Cancer Puzzle

Researchers at the Cancer Institute New South Wales (NSW) have taken a firm step in solving the mystery behind a cancer that also happens to be the state's third deadliest one. Read More
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