Skin implant creates an artificial 'mole' if people are at a high risk of breast or prostate cancer
1 month ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers from ETH Zurich in Basel created an implant that is triggered by high calcium to produce melanin, the pigment which causes a skin tan, moles and freckles. Calcium is sign of cancer.
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Researchers identify link between physical inactivity and increased risk of dying from cancer
1 month ago - By News Medical
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers have once again identified a link between physical inactivity and an increased risk of mortality among cancer patients, emphasizing the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle and the importance of regular exercise as therapy for cancer patients both during and after treatment.
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