Cancer Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. CanDL database shines light on clinically important cancer gene mutationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Many clinical trials use genome sequencing to learn which gene mutations are present in a patient's tumor cells. The question is important because targeting the right mutations with the right drugs can stop cancer in its tracks.


  2. Single-cell mRNA sequencing identifies subclonal heterogeneity in...Read the original story

    Wednesday | CiteULike

    Intra-tumoral genetic and functional heterogeneity correlates with cancer clinical prognoses. However, the mechanisms by which intra-tumoral heterogeneity impacts therapeutic outcome remain poorly understood.


  3. Researchers find that 26% of senior oncology patients use complementary or alternative medicinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Medical News

    ... fail to disclose the CAMs they take because they think they are safe, natural, nontoxic and not relevant to their cancer care, because they think their doctor will disapprove, or because the doctor doesn't specifically ask." There are a number of ...


  4. Oncolytics Biotech Inc. Collaborators To Present Survival Data From...Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | BioSpace

    Oncolytics Biotech Inc. Collaborators To Present Survival Data From REO 016 Study In Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer will make an oral presentation at International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer 16th World Conference on Lung Cancer on . The presentation, titled "Oncolytic Reovirus in Combination with Paclitaxel/Carboplatin in NSCLC Patients with Ras Activated Malignancies, Long Term Results," covers updated results, including longer-term survival data, from the Company's REO 016 Phase 2 study in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer .


  5. PDL Elementary principal claims victory over breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Washington County News

    ... year has been a trying time for the Holmes County educator of 22 years. Locke, 45, was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer on June 24 last year. With her husband, Robert Locke, at her side for the news, the doctor's words left her in shock. "I have ...


  6. Across Our CommunitiesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Salem News

    ... 330-424-3117 or sign-up at the checkout desk. Bring your device and charging cord to class. SALEM - A newly formed cancer support group, not affiliated with any organization, will meet at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at The Courtyard Square. This group is open to ...


  7. Second cervical cancer initiative launched in DarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IPPMEDIA

    The second phase of the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Cervical Cancer initiative has been launched whereby 500,000 USD has been allocated to fight against cancer amongst women in the country. Speaking during the launch yesterday in Dar es Salaam, acting assistant director reproductive health and child health unit, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Dr Georgina Msemo said cervical cancer ranks among the leading, if not the first, most frequent cancer among women of 14 and 44 years age.


  8. Beyond diet and exercise: Most doctors still ignore the 'secret' to optimal healingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    If you or someone you know gets diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening disease - what should you do? Conventionally speaking, the answer has been to 'declare war' on the illness and expose the body to a variety of toxic chemicals and risky surgical procedures, while ignoring the true path toward recovery. To 'cut, poison and burn' the body will never reveal the true cause of disease.


  9. Global chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting drugs market to grow...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    ... of chemotherapy. It often leads to the postponement or refusal of potentially curative chemotherapy treatment for cancer. This nausea and vomiting, associated with chemotherapy regimen, affects the quality of life of an individual. The ...


  10. A Blood Test Could Someday Tell You Whether You're At Risk Of A Breast Cancer RelapseRead the original story

    Wednesday | Medical Daily

    For breast cancer survivors, the fear of relapse is ever-present. Someday soon, however, a quick blood test may be able to not only put their minds at ease, but discover relapses long before they ever become particularly dangerous.


  11. Taranaki boy begins new life cancer freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Taranaki Daily News

    "If he hadn't of picked it up, we wouldn't have taken him back to the doctor and yet he was quite close to death really... we are eternally grateful to Dr Bond." Now a plush, cuddly bear marks the start of a new life for the Okaiawa lad, away from the cold sterility of hospitals and cancer treatment.


  12. Carol Thorbes: New cancer-fighting funds to help patients with aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Georgia Straight

    ... are game changers for many recipients at a critical stage in their research progress. Morin, who works at the B.C. Cancer Agency, is also co-funded by the B.C. Cancer Foundation. Morin will now move ahead with trying to advance scientific ...


  13. Richard Davis: Let the battle beginRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Brattleboro Reformer

    The issue of the obscenely immoral high cost of prescription drugs has finally made it close to the mainstream media. Oncologists with a conscience have been complaining because they see too many of their patients who not only have to struggle with cancer, but also with the affordability of drugs to treat their cancer.


  14. Gearing up for Ride to Conquer CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Coquitlam Now

    Port Moody resident Jenna Kara will be taking part in this weekend's Ride To Conquer Cancer. Photograph By Lisa King Up until two months ago, the longest bike ride Jenna Kara had taken was a quick jaunt to a nearby park.


  15. On Deck - Upcoming sporting events in ChilliwackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Chilliwack Times

    ... at Prospera Centre Sept. 24 to 27. Chilliwack resident Darlene Burritt participates in her fifth Ride to Conquer Cancer on Aug. 29 and 30 to help raise funds for the BC Cancer Foundation. She has participated in the two-day, 200 kilometre-plus ...


  16. Doctor explains 'triple negative' breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Q: A good friend of mine in her 50s was just diagnosed with breast cancer. She told me she is "triple negative" and that this is somehow more serious than usual.


  17. Pennsylvania's Red Land Dominates Little League Tournament While Fighting CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 |

    ... Championship game of the World Series tonight, is good at more than just baseball. The team has worked with the Vs. Cancer Foundation to launch the Red Land Vs. Cancer Campaign on Pledge It, a nonprofit fundraising platform. Fans are encouraged to ...


  18. 3D Modeling May Shed Light On The Way Cancerous Tumors Grow And MutateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Medical Daily

    ... Then, they can repopulate and regrow the tumor. Researchers say that this new information could help develop cancer treatments that target smaller movements of cancerous cells, which could slow the progression of malignant cells within a tumor. ...


  19. New UCSF research: Childhood brain cancer survivors have high risk of recurrent strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Inside Bay Area

    ... generation: baby aspirin and a cholesterol-fighting drug. Doctors say that should help LaRoche, a childhood brain cancer survivor who dreams of being an artist and photographer, avoid having another stroke like the one that turned her life upside ...


  20. Survivors of Childhood Cancer Have High-Risk of Recurrent StrokeRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Newswise

    Most people assume strokes only happen to octogenarians, but recent evidence suggests that survivors of childhood cancer have a high risk of suffering a stroke at a surprisingly young age. A new study from the UC San Francisco Pediatric Brain Center shows that childhood cancer survivors suffering one stroke have double the risk of suffering a second stroke, when compared with non-cancer stroke survivors.