Lupus associated with higher risk for 16 cancer types
Research published in Arthritis Research & Therapy demonstrated that men and women with systemic lupus erythematosus had increased odds of developing 16 different types of...
7 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Top stories in hematology/oncology: Inconsistencies in head, neck cancer treatments, benefits of chemoradiotherapy
The most-read stories in hematology/oncology last week involved a study showing disparities in head and neck cancer treatments among accredited hospitals and research...
13 days ago - Healio
SLE linked to increased risk for 16 cancers, decreased risk for melanoma
Systemic lupus erythematosus is associated with an increased risk for 16 cancers, including Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma, but a decreased...
15 days ago - Healio
Myeloma tumor cells: Profiling a killer in warm blood
Israeli scientists and physicians develop a new technology for profiling the unique genetic makeup of myeloma tumor cells that will allow better diagnosis and treatment.
1 month ago - ScienceDaily
New technology for profiling genetic makeup of myeloma tumor cells developed
Cancer arises when cells lose control. Deciphering the "blueprint" of cancer cells - outlining how cancer cells hijack specific pathways for uncontrolled proliferation - will...
1 month ago - News Medical
Daratumumab Plus Len/Dex: New Standard of Care in Myeloma?
Adding daratumumab to lenalidomide and dexamethasone increased progression-free survival in transplant-ineligible patients newly diagnosed with myeloma. Medscape Medical News
1 month ago - Medscape
Combination Regimen Extends PFS in Myeloma
Large benefit but relevance of comparator questioned
1 month ago - MedPageToday
Top stories in hematology/oncology: FDA approves myeloma treatment, model may predict survival in some breast cancer cases
Among the top stories this week was the FDA's approval of a triplet regiment for relapsed, refractory myeloma this week, a report on a risk model that showed promise in...
2 monthes ago - Healio
Is the golden spice a golden cure? Woman, 67, beat blood cancer after stopping traditional treatments and using TURMERIC
A 67-year-old woman from London, England has reportedly put an end to her years-long battle with blood cancer with turmeric. Doctors reportedly claim to have never seen...
2 monthes ago - Natural News
Blood cancers can be treated safely and naturally with cinnamon
Cinnamon does more than add a pleasant and appetizing aroma to your favorite dishes - it can also help treat certain cancers. A study published in the Journal of Herbal...
2 monthes ago - Natural News
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Obesity means 'generation of children may live shorter lives than their parents'
The Welsh Government has launched a consultation on its first ever obesity strategy
Exercise Improves Survival in Patients with Diabetes
Doctors should advise and be actively involved in exercise programs for diabetic patients in order to achieve better control of blood sugar and improved heart health which in...
Five Times More Metastasis of Breast Cancer in Women Within 10 Years of...
Breast cancer in young women have five times more metastasis than breast cancer in women who had no recent childbirths or in those who did not have a child.
Strong Neck Strength may Help Prevent Concussions: Study
Athletes who are at higher risk for sports-related concussions should build neck strength to prevent such injuries, finds a new study.
Dramatic Drop in China's Air Pollution Raises Life Expectancy
Significant drop in China's air pollution level increases their citizen's life expectancy, finds a new study.
Engineered T Cells Promote Long-term Organ Transplant Acceptance, Says Study
A way to selectively suppress the immune reaction of the body against the donor organ by modulating the protein coronin 1 has been discovered.
Farmers Exposed to High Levels of Pesticide More Likely to Have Poor Sense...
High pesticide exposure among farmers can be associated with a poor sense of smell in later life, reveals a new study.
Overprescription of Opioids for Elbow Fractures in Children: CHOP Surgeons
Patients only took less than 5 percent of the prescribed amount, and one in five did not receive any opioid medication to manage pain which could lead to opioid diversion.
A Quarter of Antibiotics Prescribed for Children and Adults Found Unnecessary
One in seven privately insured children and non-elderly adults among the study cohort received antibiotics for cases that were not justified medically, according to new research.
New Wearable Sensor Can Help Detect Hidden Anxiety, Depression in Kids
Newly developed wearable sensor can help detect hidden anxiety and depression in young children, reveals a new study.