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    Inherited cancer fear 'unfounded'
8-10-2007
People worry unnecessarily about cancer in their family because they do not realise only a small number of cancers are hereditary, a survey suggests.
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    Breast cancer afflicting younger Asian women-expert
5-10-2007
Breast cancer is becoming more prevalent in Asia and affecting younger women than those in the U.S. and Europe, a cancer specialist in Hong Kong said.
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    Multi-disciplinary approach vital in oncoplastic breast surgery
4-10-2007
Oncoplastic breast surgery (OBS) is a multi-procedural event and, therefore, necessitates a multi-disciplinary approach, says a surgical oncologist.
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    MRI encouraged in women at high risk for breast cancer
3-10-2007
Women at high risk of breast cancer should undergo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), says an oncology diagnosis expert.
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    Sometimes, cancer itself is not the issue
2-10-2007
Issues of sexuality and fertility are as important as the cancer, particularly in women diagnosed with breast cancer, says a medical oncologist.
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    Molecular classification of breast Ca not definite
1-10-2007
Making absolute assumptions based on molecular classification of breast cancer will not help patient management, says an eminent molecular pathologist.
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    CRC screening reduces mortality
27-09-2007
Despite the lack of international data demonstrating its benefits, colorectal cancer screening does reduce mortality, says Professor J.R.T Monson of the University of Hull, UK.
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    Alcohol cessation cuts risk of esophageal or head and neck cancers
27-09-2007
Patients who stop drinking alcohol can significantly reduce their risk of esophageal or head and neck cancers, and the risk continues to decline the longer patients refrain from drinking, according to findings published in the September issue of the International Journal of Cancer.
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