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Her family was by her side during her last days, sharing stories, laughter, and tears.
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Baptist Health South Florida has announced the launch of the first lung cancer screening program in South Florida for people who run a high risk of developing lung cancer.
The ruling National Party in New Zealand has announced $40 million in funding to reduce waiting times for cancer treatment.
Researchers have found that rheumatoid arthritis patients seem to have protection from developing Alzheimer's disease.
Specifically, CPRIT funding awarded to UT Southwestern's faculty includes: * Awards involving treatments and strategies targeting lung, breast, prostate, and head and neck cancers, as well as basic science research into cancer biology; * in Competitive Expansion Grants to expand a unique telemedicine program to provide genetic cancer screenings for ... (more)
DelMar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced the filing of June 30, 2014 fiscal year-end financial statements.
Investigation of a vaccine targeting a glycoside present in non-small-cell lung cancer has demonstrated efficacy as a switch therapy for patients with stable, advanced disease after chemotherapy.
Wendy Chioji returning in WKMG specials Wendy Chioji, center, is flanked by Marc Middleton, left, and Bill Shafer.
Tyrosine kinase inhibitor sensitivity may be predicted by the frequency of a point mutation in the epidermal growth factor receptor gene, suggests a study of Japanese patients with advanced lung adenocarcinoma.
"I wish I never smoked in the first place and moving over to electronic cigarettes [e-cigarettes] was my way of trying to kick the habit but my nicotine addiction has increased - now I want to smoke all the time," says Brett Pearton from Randburg in Johannesburg, shaking his head with regret.
Manchester scientists are working out how to safely increase the radiotherapy dose given to lung cancer patients - potentially offering improved local control and survival.
Robert Linscott, a resident of White Plains, had no symptoms when he volunteered for a free, lung cancer clinical trial at White Plains Hospital.
As Asian countries become more prosperous, they are undergoing the familiar pattern of population growth and aging.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 11:25 am
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