Top 12 Cancers in the United States
Cancer is characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. Cancer may be caused by genetic mutations, as well as environmental and lifestyle factors...
16 days ago - Active Beat - 3 articles
Top stories in hematology/oncology: Finasteride prevents prostate cancer, Nivolumab associated with low response rates
Among the top hematology/oncology stories last week were findings that concluded finasteride was safe and effective in preventing prostate cancer and a study that suggested...
22 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Aggressive prostate cancer linked to hereditary breast cancer, confirms study
Aggressive prostate cancer, one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in men, is associated with BRCA2 mutations, which are also linked to hereditary breast cancer, ovarian...
1 month ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Aggressive prostate cancer and hereditary breast cancer
The study has potential implications for families with members suffering from these types of tumours who are at an increased risk of developing cancer.
1 month ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
High-frequency basal cell carcinoma may signal increased risk for other cancers
Patients with frequent cases of basal cell carcinoma appeared to be at three times greater risk for developing other unrelated cancers, including blood, breast, colon and...
1 month ago - Healio - 2 articles
Women who suffer hot flushes during the menopause are more likely to develop breast cancer
A study by the University of California LA of more than 25,000 post-menopausal women found those who experienced symptoms lasting over a decade were more at risk of the disease...
1 month ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
IASLC's ELIC pilot project develops innovative technique for improving early lung cancer detection
Evidence proves that screening saves lives, with screening for breast, colon, prostate and cervical cancers, for example, being accepted in many parts of the world as a routine...
2 monthes ago - News Medical
Normal BMI but High Body Fat After Menopause Tied to Higher Breast Cancer Risk
Postmenopausal women with higher body fat levels may be at increased risk for breast cancer, even if their body mass index is normal, researchers say. Reuters Health Information
2 monthes ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Do cancer treatments accelerate brain aging?
A new study finds connections between key markers of biological aging and signs of cognitive decline years after the completion of breast cancer treatment.
2 monthes ago - Medical News Today
Mistletoe Injections for Tumor Treatment
According to the National Cancer Institute, 1 an estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2018. The most common cancers are breast...
3 monthes ago - Mercola - 3 articles
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Native California Medicinal Plant Could Offer Promising Treatment for...
Native California medicinal plant called Yerba santa offers new hope in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
Young Blood Startup Ambrosia Halts Anti-Aging Treatments After FDA Warning
Until this week, Ambrosia charged $8,000 for a single liter of blood plasma from young donors.
Can Memory Improve? Reversing Cognitive Decline
Can memory improve? It's been said that some things, like love, wisdom and wine, get better with age. But when it comes to memory, there's a universal belief that decline is...
The Californian 'holy herb' which may fight Alzheimer's: Yerba santa...
Experts at Salk's Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory, La Jolla, hope that it could reduce brain swelling in dementia patients. It could transform treatment method for millions of...
What Can Keep the Senior Citizens Up On Their Toes?
Senior citizens: Can socially communication with people help me be physically active? Well yes! It indeed can, says a new study.
How to eat to beat arthritis: the deliciously simple tweaks to your diet
The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which affects more than ten million Britons. It is caused by a wearing-away of the cartilage covering the ends of the bones.
Middle-aged theater-goers and gym-bunnies are nearly 50% less likely to...
A new study from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden found women with high levels of mental activities - like going to concerts - were 46 percent less likely to develop...
New Study Reports Health Benefits of Volunteering for Lower-Income Older Adults
Results from an independent study sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service reveal that Senior Corps volunteers are not only improving the lives of...
'Holy herb' identified as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease
Yerba santa, also known as the ‘Holy Herb', may have important implications for patients with Alzheimer's disease.
First patient dosed in Ocular Therapeutix wet AMD trial
The first patient has been dosed in a phase 1 clinical trial of OTX-TKI for patients with wet age-related macular degeneration, according to a press release from Ocular...