Posted in Breast Cancer Cancer

Breast Cancer Diagnosis Aided by New “Dye” Pill

Thousands of women with slow-growing cancers and benign breast nodules undergo needless invasive medical procedures every year. Currently, non-invasive medical diagnostic methods are not able…

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Posted in Cancer New Drugs New Technology

Chemotherapy for Children May Soon Have Better Outcomes

When children develop cancer and need chemotherapy it affects their physical and, at times, their mental development as chemotherapy is basically toxic. Chemotherapy does not…

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Ibrutinib for Leukamia Treatment
Posted in Leukamia New Drugs

Ibrutinib Under Research as a Breakthrough Oral Drug to Treat Leukamia

Leukemia or blood cancer is of different types. Conventional treatment including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and intracethal chemotherapy wherein the drugs are directly injected into the spinal…

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Breast Cancer
Posted in Breast Cancer Cancer

What Should You Do If You Are at Risk of Breast Cancer or Have Been Diagnosed With Breast Cancer?

Thanks to Angelina Jolie, breast cancer awareness in on the increase since news of her preventive mastectomies made headlines in mainstream press and media. Because…

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Posted in Cancer Prostate Cancer

Xofigo for Prostate Cancer

The Food and Drug Administration has very recently approved a new pharmaceutical, Xofigo, for the treatment of late stage prostate cancer. The drug is a…

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Posted in Cancer Mayeloma New Drugs

Kyprolis for Multiple Myeloma, an Overview

Kyprolis, generic carfilzomib, is a new treatment specifically approved for multiple myeloma (MM) cancer, but with potential applications to other cancers. It works as a…

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Posted in Cancer lung cancer

Exciting Frontier Beckons For Cancer Treatment

The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created a new ‘breakthrough’ designation for cancer drugs, so that any that are deemed to be successful…

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Posted in Blog Cancer General Interest Healthy Lifestyle

Your 10 Point Plan for Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Cancer of all varieties is one of the world’s most prolific killers.  Cancer is also a disease that touches most of us at some stage…

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Stem cells reverse chemo-induced infertility in monkeys
Posted in Cancer

Stem Cells Reverse Chemo-Induced Infertility In Monkeys

According to a story released by the Canadian Press Toronto recent research shows there may be hope of preserving fertility in young males who undergo…

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Posted in breast cancer Cancer General Interest

October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month and if it saves just one life it was worth it. Breast cancer gets a lot of attention but…

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