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    The economics of cervical cancer
5-04-2009
The Public Health Medicine Specialist Association of Malaysia (MPHSA) has launched a study on the economic burden of cervical cancer...
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    Trials offer ovarian cancer hope
3-04-2009
Screening might help to detect ovarian cancer before symptoms develop, early results from a UK trial suggest.
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    Enzyme behind cancer spread found
3-04-2009
Scientists say they have identified an enzyme that helps cancer spread around the body...
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    Shocking number don't know obesity causes cancer
20-03-2009
A "shocking" number of people around the world are not aware that obesity and weight are among the main risk factors that can lead to cancer, a new survey has found.
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    HRT cancer connection 'confirmed'
20-03-2009
New evidence of a link between hormone replacement therapy and a raised risk of breast cancer has been put forward by US researchers.
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    Spectrum of Breast Cancer in Malaysian Women: Overview
15-03-2009
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Malaysian women. Nonetheless, in Malaysia there is a marked geographical difference...
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    Database Helps Assess Your Breast Cancer Risk
15-03-2009
If you want to learn more about the key risk factors for breast cancer, such as obesity, pollutants or smoking...
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    IVF drugs cancer risk 'ruled out'
12-03-2009
Taking fertility drugs does not increase a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer, a large Danish study has reported.
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