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    Genetik tingkatkan risiko kanser kolon
13-09-2011
SIAPA sangka keseronokan menikmati hidup tanpa sebarang penyakit bahaya lebih separuh abad akhirnya diuji dengan penyakit kanser kolon pada usia emas.
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    Manner banter
13-09-2011
Manners not only maketh a woman and a man, it makes for a healthy and liveable society. I REMEMBER it clearly as if it were yesterday. My professor of social
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    Study shows child brain tumor is really two cancers
5-09-2011
(Reuters) - The most common type of malignant childhood brain tumor is actually two different types of cancer, researchers said on Wednesday in a study
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    Sign of the times
5-09-2011
The signs and bills nailed to trees, lamp posts, and what not around your neighbourhood are good indicators of our changing times. I have just read Inside of a Dog by psychologist
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    Health: Preventing stomach cancer
24-08-2011
It is vital to seek early medical diagnosis when gastric pain looms, writes SUZANNA PILLAY. DONíT treat gastric pain lightly. Seek medical help, says Dr Ramesh Gurunathan
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    No risk seen from delaying prostate cancer surgery
24-08-2011
(Reuters Health) - Adding to evidence that men with early prostate cancer can safely put off surgery, a new study finds that patients who delayed surgery by over a year had similar outcomes as those who opted for
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    Many dying cancer patients still get screenings
18-08-2011
(Reuters) - Cancer patients with only a few years to live often continue to get routine mammograms or blood tests for prostate cancer even though they are not likely to live long
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    Help, not hinder
18-08-2011
We have inadvertently become adrenaline junkies, and the rush of adrenaline in seeing something horrific gives us a buzz like no other.
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