Mis. Cancer News

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9/1/2009
Chemotherapy Linked to Sleep-Wake Cycle Disruptions

Biological clock out of sync in patients being treated for breast cancer, study finds

8/31/2009
Harm Begins With a Few Cigarettes, a Little Smog

Levels of toxins in air don't have to be high to be hazardous, studies find

8/31/2009
New Robotic Arm Has Softer Surgical Touch

Device helps find tumors during minimally invasive surgery, researchers say

8/31/2009
Genetic Clues May Lead to New Skin Cancer Therapies

Mutant genes linked to melanoma could be targets for treatment, researchers say

8/28/2009
Colon Cancer Stopped in Its Tracks in Swiss Study

Gene-based treatment could block tumors, prevent recurrence, researchers say

8/27/2009
Steady Improvements Seen for Young Blood Cancer Patients

Survival has significantly increased, research shows

8/27/2009
Get Ready for Gruesome Cigarette Warnings

Graphic images of diseased body parts could become the norm on packaging

8/26/2009
Advice Helps Prevent Pain After Breast Cancer Surgery

Patients benefit from information on how to reduce risk of lymphedema, experts say

8/26/2009
Blood Flow Mismatch Seen in Pancreatic Cancers

Findings may help explain why many patients respond poorly to chemo and radiation

8/26/2009
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy Dies at 77

Diagnosed with brain tumor last year, his relentless optimism, new therapies helped him exceed expectations, experts say

8/25/2009
Tobacco Use Kills 6 Million People Annually: Report

And costs the global economy $500 billion each year

8/25/2009
HPV Vaccine Could Prevent Many Penile Cancers

Nearly half of the tumors are caused by strains covered by the shot, study finds

8/25/2009
Saliva May Help Spot Oral Cancer Early

Study suggests potential for a non-invasive diagnostic test

8/25/2009
Tamoxifen May Up Risk of Second, More Aggressive Breast Cancer

But survivors shouldn't stop taking the anti-cancer drug, experts say

8/25/2009
Protein May Identify Deadlier Breast Cancer

Findings might help doctors determine prognosis, researchers say

8/25/2009
Smokers' Cars Loaded With Nicotine

Levels twice those found in places that permit smoking, study suggests

8/24/2009
Marital Separation May Hurt Cancer Survival

Married and never-married did the best a decade later, study shows

8/21/2009
Obesity Tied to Prostate Cancer Recurrence

Leads to poor prognosis in both blacks and whites after surgery, study finds

8/20/2009
Better Pap Smear Follow-Up Needed Among Lower-Income Women

Disparities seen in screening rates, appropriate care in Canadian study

8/20/2009
Scientists Spot How Sugar 'Feeds' Tumors

Finding could lead to new cancer treatments, researchers say

8/19/2009
Gene Mutation Improves Response to Lung Cancer Drug

Finding supports worthiness of genetic screening

8/19/2009
Are Candles Making You Sick?

Researchers warn of toxic buildup from paraffin, suggest beeswax instead

8/18/2009
New Target Eyed for Colon Cancer Drugs

In mouse study, researchers see possibility of 'potent therapy'

8/18/2009
Chemo Plus Palliative Care Reaps Benefits

For those with advanced cancer, teaching self-management and empowerment improves quality of life

8/18/2009
Cervical Cancer Vaccine Seems Safe

Fainting most common adverse event with Gardasil, study finds

8/18/2009
Abnormal Protein May Signal Pancreatic Cancer

'Prion' could become diagnostic tool, researcher says

8/17/2009
Pain Level May Predict Survival in Certain Cancer Patients

Discomfort should be monitored in those with head and neck malignancies, researchers say

8/17/2009
Antioxidants Pose No Melanoma Threat

Despite earlier study, new report finds no risk from common vitamin and mineral supplements

8/17/2009
Chewing Tobacco No Safer Than Smoking

New study adds to list of carcinogens harming those with smokeless habit

8/13/2009
Compound Targets, Destroys Cancer Stem Cells in Mice

Finding could lead to new therapeutic possibilities, researchers say

8/13/2009
Cancer Deaths Declining, Especially Among Young

Advances in treatment, prevention and detection behind progress, study finds

8/12/2009
Stray Breast Cancer Cells Yield to Post-Op Chemo

Women with microscopic disease helped by additional treatment, research shows

8/12/2009
New Antibiotics May Target Cancer-Causing Proteins

Anti-cancer use of thiazoles could be possible, research suggests

8/11/2009
Aspirin May Stem Deaths From Colorectal Cancer

Study suggests a role for aspirin in prevention as well as treatment

8/11/2009
Limb-Sparing Surgery May Offer Little Benefit to Cancer Patients

It doesn't affect quality of life in most cases, review finds

8/11/2009
Oral Drug Ups Survival in Advanced Prostate Cancer Cases

But no reduced death risk in patients with localized disease, research shows

8/10/2009
More Evidence Healthy Living Brings Long Life

Good diet, no smoking, regular exercise lower chronic disease risk by 80%, CDC study finds

8/10/2009
9/11 Responders May Be At Raised Myeloma Risk

Cases are appearing at a younger age than is normal, researchers note

8/9/2009
In U.S., No Comeback Seen for Hormone Therapy

Experts say risks of long-term use still outweigh possible benefits

8/7/2009
Drinking Moderately or More Ups Men's Cancer Risk

Canadian study links regular alcohol consumption to six cancers

8/7/2009
Many Opt for Surgery to Lower Breast, Ovarian Cancer Risk

Women with BRCA gene mutations often choose preventive measures, study finds

8/6/2009
Many Texas Docs Not Pushing HPV Vaccine for Girls

Study finds fewer than half always recommend the shots, despite federal guidelines

8/6/2009
Living in U.S. May Raise Hispanics' Cancer Risk

Lifestyle changes up the odds for Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, study finds

8/5/2009
Genome of Leukemia Patient Reveals Common Mutations

Findings could help scientists understand genetic basis of cancer

8/5/2009
Scientists Learn How Cancer Drugs Cause Hypertension

Finding points to ways to control blood pressure, researchers say

8/5/2009
Certain Arthritis, Crohn's Drugs May Raise Kids' Cancer Risk: FDA

Agency strengthens 'black box' warning on medicines such as Enbrel, Remicade

8/3/2009
Blood Type May Boost Pancreatic Cancer Risk

New findings are consistent with previous research

7/31/2009
Immune Systems of AIDS Patients More Prone to HPV Cancers

Link was known, but new study helps explain why

7/31/2009
After Neuroblastoma, Chronic Problems Often Await

Survivors are found to have more health and social issues years later

7/31/2009
Blood Transfusions Not Linked to Long-Term Problems

No evidence that cancer cells or other health conditions are spread, study finds