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    Cancer rare after fertility treatment
24-05-2011
Reuters Health) - Fertility treatment drugs may not be tied to an increased risk of developing cancer, suggests a new study of more than 24,000 Swedish women treated with in vitro fertilization
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    Counting lung cancer cells helps predict disease
19-05-2011
(Reuters) - British scientists have found that counting the number of lung cancer cells circulating in a patient's blood could help determine how aggressive the cancer is
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    Cancer of the mouth and tongue
19-05-2011
There are multiple factors that increase the risk of mouth and tongue cancer. IN August 2010, Hollywood was abuzz with news that celebrity and veteran actor Michael Douglas
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    A ‘good’ death
19-05-2011
THE patient, Madam Z, laid on the hospital bed, in a coma. There was no suffering for the patient. Her breast cancer had spread to the brain and liver. Both organs were rapidly failing.
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    Study finds way to predict when cancer will spread
11-05-2011
(Reuters) - Researchers have found a compound that tumors make when they are likely to spread, and said they hope to use to it predict which patients are most at risk of dying from their cancers.
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    The gender factor in cancer
11-05-2011
WHEN cancer looms, do men and women react to it differently? Are the issues they deal with similar, or unique? Does gender really matter when it comes to cancer?
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    Whole-food healing
11-05-2011
IN a preceding article, I opined that we have to look for alternatives in the fight against cancer considering the limitations of chemotherapy.
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    Kurangkan mangsa kanser
26-04-2011
KALA diajukan isu mengenai barah payudara, rata-rata wanita di negara ini sedar betapa pentingnya pemeriksaan awal agar mudah mendapatkan rawatan segera sebelum menjadi kronik.
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