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    Unhealthy lifestyles blamed for rising rates of breast cancer among urban Chinese women
1-11-2007
An increasing taste for Western-style junk food and unhealthy lifestyles have caused the rate of breast cancer among urban Chinese women to jump sharply over the past decade, a state-run newspaper said Tuesday.
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    Regimens: Low-Fat Diet May Lower Risk of Ovarian Cancer
31-10-2007
A low-fat diet may reduce a postmenopausal woman’s risk for ovarian cancer, but only if the diet lasts for many years, a new randomized trial has found.
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    Lifting the Veil From A Deadly Disease
29-10-2007
Laura Bush Speaks With Saudi Women About Breast Cancer
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    The grass is greener?
26-10-2007
Cancer treatment in a globalised world (in other words, how to save on foreign exchange).
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    1st KLBCC Multimedia Presentation
25-10-2007
Malaysian Oncological Society in collaboration with Malaysian Society of Colorectal Surgeons welcome all delegates to 1st International Breast and Colorectal Cancer Congress.
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    The carotenes story
24-10-2007
Do lycopene and other carotenes have a role in cancer prevention?
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    Leave me alone!
11-10-2007
THE unmarried Malaysian Chinese woman in her late 20s gets a supposedly friendly jibe during the Chinese New Year festivities.
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    Red meat diet linked to colon cancer recurrence
9-10-2007
Colon cancer survivors with diets heavy in red meat and fatty foods are more than three times as likely to suffer a recurrence of their disease or die from it than those who avoid such foods, a study found.
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