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    Digital Mammography Better Than Film for Some Women
4-03-2008
For some women, digital mammography is a better bet than traditional film mammography, a new study confirms.
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    Vitamin pills don't cut lung cancer risk: Study
4-03-2008
People who take vitamin supplements are just as likely as those who don't to develop lung cancer, and vitamin E supplements may actually slightly raise the risk, researchers said on Friday.
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    Removing Ovaries May Foil Cancer in Women With High-Risk Genes
28-02-2008
Women who carry a gene linked to breast cancer may reduce the odds of getting the disease by as much as 72 percent by having their ovaries surgically removed, researchers said.
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    Diet tied to breast and ovarian cancer risks
28-02-2008
A new study suggests that women who eat diets rich in meat and dairy may have a decreased risk of breast cancer, while those who bulk up on fiber, fruits and vegetables show a lower risk of ovarian cancer.
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    Study shows genes' role in lung cancer
28-02-2008
Government scientists have shown in intimate detail which genes play a role in lung cancer development and survival, and more precisely how smoking can have an impact decades after the habit is kicked.
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    Ten new genetic clues for prostate cancer
21-02-2008
PARIS (AFP) - Gene sleuths on Sunday announced they had identified more than 10 new genetic links to prostate cancer, two of which would be included in a new diagnostic test aimed at spotting men at risk from this disease.
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    Being overweight may increase risk of developing up to dozen types of cancer, study says
19-02-2008
Being obese or even overweight may increase a person's risk of developing up to a dozen different types of cancer, European researchers report in a new study.
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    McAlester woman finds subtle signs of cancer
15-02-2008
Just like bladder cancer, it starts out with a few vague symptoms that can be easily overlooked.After all, everybody gets a stomach ache from time to time.
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