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    Gene cancer tests 'need review'
2-07-2007
Decisions over who to test for a high-risk breast cancer gene should not be made solely on the basis of family history, US research suggests.
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    Patients told to opt for modern medicine
29-06-2007
KUALA LUMPUR: Cancer patients have been advised to seek immediate treatment from doctors instead of opting for traditional and complementary medicine.
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    Cancer no barrier to success
27-06-2007
JOHOR BARU: Two brave teenagers suffering from cancer have shown that nothing is impossible if one is determined to succeed.
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    The ‘early’ in cancer treatment
25-06-2007
The clue to this seemingly strange advice lies in the parenthesis I bracketed the word “early” with.
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    Australian scientists directly target cancer cells
14-06-2007
An Australian biotechnology firm said on Thursday it had developed a means of delivering anti-cancer drugs directly to cancer cells, which aims to avoid the debilitating toxicity associated with chemotherapy.
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    Aspirin vs. colon cancer: study weighs benefits
11-06-2007
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Long-term use of aspirin may be a cheap, effective way of warding off colorectal cancer for people who are at high risk, but bleeding risks make it a bad idea for the average patient, researchers said on Thursday.
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    Drop in U.S. mammography rate worries cancer experts
8-06-2007
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. women are getting mammograms to screen for breast cancer at declining rates, according to a study describing a trend that experts fear may portend a reversal of progress against the deadly disease.
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    13 clinics to provide subsidised mammogram tests at RM50
6-06-2007
Thirteen clinics throughout the country will be providing mammogram tests for breast cancer with government subsidies of RM50 per check-up.
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