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Yesterday | News9 Oklahoma City

OK Teachers Band Together To Help Boy Battle Rare Cancer

Teachers at a local elementary school rally around one of their own after her grandson was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.


Related Topix: Health

Saturday | New York Daily News

Canadian infant triplets battle rare eye cancer

A set of natural, identical triplets is rare enough - all three having the same kind of eye cancer is nearly impossible.


Related Topix: Health, Medicine

Thu Jul 24, 2014


p53-dependent gene repression through p21 is mediated by recruitment of E2F4 repression complexes

Correspondence: Dr SA Aaronson, Department of Oncological Sciences, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1130, New York, NY 10029, USA.


Related Topix: York, NY, Health, Doxorubicin (generic), Adriamycin, Doxil, Medicine

Mon Jul 21, 2014

The Miami Herald

Eyes are window to potential problems in the body

Dr. Dean Hertzler performed a nine-hour surgery on 6-year-old Grace Carr of Dania Beach to remove a large brain tumor after an eye exam raised concerns.


Related Topix: Dania Beach, FL, Pediatrics, Medicine, Ophthalmology, Broward County, FL, Health

Wed Jul 16, 2014


Woman plans benefit to help Missouri tot with eye cancer

A 1-year-old Missouri boy who is fighting eye cancer is getting help from strangers who live far away.


Related Topix: Health, Startups, Publishing, Media, IGN Entertainment, News Corporation, Century Media Records, Television, Ottaway Newspapers, FOX News Network, Music

Tue Jul 15, 2014

Portion of Fenton's Leroy Street renamed to Isabella Ward Boulevard after 2-year-old with cancer

While Jay Greenwald was busy picking up chips during an annual Texas Hold 'Em poker tournament, he paused to hear a story, which designated how the Fenton resident would rename a part of the city's main street.


Related Topix: Games, Poker, Fenton, MI, Linden, MI, Health

Wed Jul 02, 2014

PhysOrg Weblog

In a bizarre twist, Cyclin D, long believed to promote cancer, actually activates tumor suppressor

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine say a protein essential to regulating cell cycle progression - the process of cell division and replication - activates a key tumor suppressor, rather than inactivating it as previously thought.


Related Topix: UC San Diego, Genetics, Medicine, Health, Breast Cancer, University of Illinois Chicago, UC Davis, Weird