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An alarm signal from the immune system offers an invaluable early warning of returning cancer, research has shown. Scientists hope the discovery will make it possible to catch recurring cancers before they take hold, increasing patients' survival
Australian women are failing to protect themselves from breast and ovarian cancer despite knowing they carry a dangerous gene mutation, according to a new study...The study, published in the Medical Journal of Australia, shows about 40 per cent have
The Harley Street Clinic in London announced yesterday the opening of its bespoke Haemato-Oncology Unit providing world class treatment and care for Kuwaiti children with cancer and benign and malignant blood disorders. The unit, led by world
Diagnosed with breast cancer from a routine mammogram, Lisa Clause wanted to confront head-on the fact that her life could end sooner rather than later. So, though it made her family uneasy, she went about deciding how her remains would be disposed
A single tumour can be made up of many separate cancers needing different treatments, say researchers. A team at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, have developed a new technique for measuring the diversity within a cancer. They showed "
Matt Schwarz, Captain of House of Mo Age: 34 Hometown: Washington, DC Charity of Choice: Movember Foundation , Livestrong Foundation, Prostate Cancer Foundation...The motivation driving me to raise money for Movember is that my father has battled
For decades, one company owned the data for people tested for a gene that is linked to ovarian and breast cancer. Many scientists believe that the patenting of this gene stunted medical innovation and delayed discoveries that could have helped us
One Father's Day, Jim Costa decided to give his son something neither of them would never forget...I quit smoking 16 years ago, Costa said Thursday night during the inaugural Shine a Light on Lung Cancer Vigil. I quit 100 times, and all it took was
Pap smears are the only way to prevent cervical cancer, says Professor Ian Frazer, co-developer of the vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV) that causes the disease. "Australia is fortunate to have a very good screening program," he says.
Read on for sex, politics and religion. And, for even more controversy, add these to the mix: incarceration, heroin addiction, vaccinations, asylum seeker boat policy and same-sex marriage. Surprise: Men focus on women's bodies, not faces SR Women do