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    His legacy
11-08-2009
Heath Ledger and Brokeback Mountain are names that ring a bell for many people who have been following the recent entertainment news.
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    Flawed gene link to ovary cancer
7-08-2009
Scientists have identified a genetic flaw which can increase the risk of ovarian cancer.The international team of researchers, led by UK scientists, looked at the DNA of 17,000 women...
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    Brachy what?
7-08-2009
Brachytherapy (brachy means “short” in Greek) is a form of radiation therapy in cancer where the radiation source is placed in or around the area to be treated.
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    Way to stop cancers seed in brain
28-07-2009
Scientists believe they have found a potential way to stop cancers establishing themselves in the brain, and essentially becoming terminal..
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    Discovery could ease cancer pain
26-07-2009
A breakthrough could lead to drugs to alleviate the pain experienced by cancer patients.
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    Clean living way to beat cancer
26-07-2009
Over 40% of breast and bowel cancer cases in rich countries are preventable through diet, physical activity and weight control alone, experts say.
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    Risky lives
18-07-2009
Cancer knows no social, economic or educational boundaries. It affects the young and the old, the rich and the poor, male and female.
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    There is a Cure for Colorectal Cancer
14-07-2009
Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, is the most common malignancy affecting Malaysian men, and the third most common that hits the opposite gender.
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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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