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    Breastfeeding may protect against breast cancer
27-05-2007
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Breastfeeding may offer broad protection against breast cancer that extends to women who delay having children, according to a study released on Monday.
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    Experts to train immune cells to kill nose cancer
25-05-2007
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scientists in Hong Kong and Australia will soon test an experimental treatment for nose and throat cancer -- which "trains" the patient's own white blood cells to fight the disease.
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    Cancer fighting gene identified
16-05-2007
Scientists at Dundee University believe they may be a step closer to finding out why some people contract cancer.
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    Uterine cancer
14-05-2007
UTERINE cancer usually affects the lining of the uterus (endometrium). It is the fourth most common cancer in women in Peninsular Malaysia.
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    Bedside manner
10-05-2007
WHAT if I told you that cancer patients feel worse off after your visit? And what if I told you that your visit might affect their chances of recovery?
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    U.S. study shows no breast cancer/abortion link
8-05-2007
Abortions and miscarriages do not raise the risk of breast cancer, despite claims by some groups and some studies that suggest they do, researchers said on Monday.
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    China experts identify cancer-preventing gene type
6-05-2007
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scientists in China have identified a gene variant which appears to protect Chinese people from various types of cancer.
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    Developing world a growing cancer risk - experts
3-05-2007
Developing countries may account for more than half of all cancer cases in the world by 2020 as their ageing populations increase, medical experts said on Saturday.
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