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    Annual screening for women with history of breast cancer 'may save lives', study suggests
28-01-2011
Annual breast screening of women in their 40s who have a family history of breast cancer could save lives, UK scientists have found.
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    Healthy life could prevent 23 percent of colon cancers
5-01-2011
(Reuters) - Getting people to eat a healthy diet, not smoke, cut down on alcohol and exercise more could prevent almost a quarter of the some 1.2 million cases of colon cancer
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    How Prostate Cancer Packs A Punch
4-01-2011
Some types of prostate tumors are more aggressive and more likely to metastasize than others. Nearly one-third of these aggressive tumors contain a small nest of especially
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    Health: You’re not alone
29-12-2010
A GROUP of cancer survivors, in conjunction with pink October, gather to share stories of their triumphs over the disease. When Elaine P.Y. Cheong was diagnosed with cancer,
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    Collards and carrots may ward off breast cancer
29-12-2010
(Reuters Health) - Eating lots of carrots and cruciferous vegetables -- collard greens, cabbage, broccoli -- could reduce breast cancer risk, particularly an aggressive form common among
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    Coffee, tea linked to lower risk of brain tumor
23-12-2010
(Reuters Health) - Coffee and tea lovers may have a decreased likelihood of developing the most common form of malignant brain tumor in adults, a new study suggests.
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    Barah payu dara ancam lelaki
23-12-2010
BARAH payu dara sebenarnya bukan hanya penyakit wanita walaupun fakta saintifik menjelaskan ia 100 kali lebih kerap ditemui di kalangan wanita. Lelaki juga berisiko diserang barah payu dara
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    3C perangi kanser
23-12-2010
HINGGA ke hari ini, barah payu dara masih menjadi pembunuh utama wanita di dunia. Pun begitu, dengan kemajuan teknologi, penyakit itu boleh dirawat sekiranya pesakit datang mendapatkan
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HOPE handbook A Resource Guidebook for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients
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HOPE handbook 2 A Guide for Cancer Caregivers
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