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    Help available for those who seek it
3-06-2008
The Health Ministry and the National Heart Institute (IJN) have funds to help people seeking medical treatment.
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    Reducing Your Risk for Breast Cancer
27-05-2008
Go for regular checkups, do breast self-exams and get your mammograms on time...
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    Hints of Progress in Drugs Treating Brain Cancer
26-05-2008
Bevacizumab, already widely used to treat other types of cancer, is leading a pack of new drugs that look promising as treatments for brain cancer, one of the deadliest and least treatable forms of cancer.
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    Trans-fats may hike breast cancer risk
20-05-2008
Trans-fats, which are being phased out of food because they clog arteries, may raise the risk of getting breast cancer...
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    New technique holds promise for rare eye cancer.
13-05-2008
An experimental technique for a rare eye cancer has saved some children from losing their eyes...
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    Understanding multiple myeloma
13-05-2008
Multiple myeloma (also known as myeloma or plasma cell myeloma) is a haematologic disorder, meaning it develops in the blood.
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    Looking for trouble
8-05-2008
One prevailing cancer myth is that a simple blood test will diagnose cancer early in healthy people.
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    Laser Screen Detects Diseases in Breath
8-05-2008
A special technique that uses laser light to sample a person's breath can detect molecules that may be....
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