Mis. Cancer News

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4/18/2005
Antibody Promising Against Variety of Cancers

Good results in animal studies could prompt clinical trials

4/13/2005
Protein Helps Control Cancer's Spread

Brain tumor discovery may help fight other malignancies

4/8/2005
Researchers Spot Proteins Key to Cancer's Spread

New high-tech method should help find other chemotherapy targets

4/6/2005
Scientists Find Key Player in Cancer's Spread

VEGF-A protein helps tumor cells move to lymph nodes

4/6/2005
Anemia Drug May Not Increase Cancer Survival

Erythropoietin can improve blood health in patients, however

4/6/2005
Vitamin E May Harm Patients With Head, Neck Cancers

Supplements might raise disease recurrence risk, study suggests

4/5/2005
Kids Follow Parents in Using Alternative Therapies

Boys less likely to use these treatments than girls, study finds

4/4/2005
New Hope Against Inoperable Liver, Lung Cancers

Two techniques could offer patients life-extending options, researchers say

3/31/2005
Flipping a Switch on Tumor Cell Growth

Compound could put brakes on protein that controls spread of cancer

3/31/2005
Healthy Change, Early Screening Can Cut Cancer Rates

Cancer Society report finds some successes, many challenges

3/30/2005
U.S. Outspends Europe on Cancer Research

Survey cites need to double funding

3/30/2005
Cake, Candles and Colon Cancer Screening

American Cancer Society offers birthday e-reminders to those over 50

3/30/2005
Setting Up Cancer Cells for Destruction

In new strategy, one drug makes tumors vulnerable to a second

3/29/2005
Cancer Survival Rates Linked to Clinical Trials

Low participation by young adults may explain poor outcomes

3/29/2005
Web-Based Cancer Research Reaps Reward

Online appeal to patients helps ID bone marrow cancer gene

3/24/2005
Beating Cancer May Not Mean Beating Stress

For some, emotional and physical effects linger for years, study finds

3/22/2005
Compound Could Stop Cancer Growth

It might prove effective against a third of malignancies, discoverers say

3/21/2005
Adult Stem Cells Can Produce Brain Cells

In chick embryos, specific chemical environment brings results

3/18/2005
Gene May Be New Cancer Treatment Target

Blocking action of MTHFR gene shrank tumors in mice

3/16/2005
Drug Therapy Combats Some Cancers in HIV Patients

HAART cuts risk of Kaposi sarcoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, study finds

3/14/2005
Drug Stops Cancer in Its Tracks

Experimental compound fights tumors three ways, researchers say

3/14/2005
Health Tip: Help Prevent Bladder Cancer

Follow these suggestions

3/10/2005
Developed Countries Still Carry Greatest Cancer Burden

But study finds developing nations are catching up

3/9/2005
Surgery Plus Heated Drugs Boosts Cancer Survival

The combo is life-extending for patients whose cancers have spread

3/8/2005
Thalidomide Slows Cancer-Related Weight Loss

The drug is making a comeback as cancer, AIDS therapy

3/3/2005
Licorice Derivative May Slow Kaposi's Sarcoma

Compound makes cancerous cells commit suicide, study finds

3/2/2005
Phase I Cancer Trials More Effective Than Thought

Twice as many patients have positive responses to therapies, study finds

3/1/2005
Celebrex Bests Vioxx as Potential Cancer Fighter

Despite cardiovascular risks, painkiller appears to block key protein for cancer cell replication

2/25/2005
Non-Surgical Treatment Offers Hope for Liver Cancer

Needle delivers tumor-cooking heat to site of malignancy

2/25/2005
Viruses are Vaccines' New Anti-Cancer Weapon

They prime the immune system to attack malignant cells, scientists say

2/24/2005
Palliative Care Comes Too Late for Many

Nearly half of surviving cancer relatives wish hospice care had started earlier

2/23/2005
Scientists Identify Stem Cell On/Off Switch

One gene may tell skin stem cells to change, or stay as they are

2/22/2005
Free Hotline Focuses on Lymphedema

Therapists will answer questions on cancer treatment-related swelling

2/18/2005
Saliva Testing Moves Into the Mainstream

Lowly spit might be a lifesaver in disease, infection detection

2/17/2005
Lung, Colon Cancers Major Killers in Europe

Over 1.7 million Europeans died from cancer in 2004, report finds

2/16/2005
Managed Care Makes Little Difference in Cancer Care

Study found it didn't raise, lower quality of life for these patients

2/14/2005
Reprogrammed HIV Can Hunt Down Cancer Cells

Harmless form of the virus attacked malignancies in mice, says study

2/10/2005
Illness, Disability May Not Dampen Spirits

Most sick and disabled people just as happy as healthy folk, study finds

2/9/2005
Crunch! Carrots May Cut Cancer Risk

Natural pesticide appears to prevent tumor development

2/8/2005
Cancer Patients Run Higher Risk of Blood Clots

New study identifies those most likely to suffer problems

2/8/2005
Eating Well Staves Off Disability

Dairy, fruits and vegetables can help you function better as you age, study finds

2/3/2005
Many EU Cancer Patients Use Alternative Meds

Herbal treatments, homeopathy, vitamins and spiritual therapies popular

1/31/2005
New Advance in Gene Therapy for Cancer

Special virus spares healthy cells

1/25/2005
Genetic Technique Bolsters Immune Cells to Battle Cancer

Scientists prompted them to aggressively attack malignancies

1/24/2005
Link Between Personality and Cancer Ruled Out

Extroversion doesn't up chances of disease, study finds

1/20/2005
New Clues to Tumor Toughness

Researchers discover how malignant cells develop resistance to treatment

1/20/2005
Cancer Now the Leading Killer of Americans

Displaces heart disease for top spot, new report finds

1/19/2005
Key Cancer Gene Discovered

Scientists identify gene that controls other cancer-causing genes

1/17/2005
Another Clue Explains Smoking Link to Oral Cancers

Those with habit have much higher levels of inflammatory protein

1/17/2005
Combo Treatment Slows Cancer Cell Growth

Could become effective therapy against cells that keep proliferating