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Monthly Archives: June 2014
While strides have been made in detecting breast cancer still 1 in 8 women will get the disease at least once in their lifetime. That’s according to United States Breast Cancer statistics. It is the most common cancer in women … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard that some doctors recommend taking a daily aspirin to lower risks of heart attacks. Well now a new study says taking a low-dose aspirin could lower the risk for pancreatic cancer
The nicotine patch has been considered one of the most successful ways to help smokers kick the habit. A new study suggests it may actually cause more harm than good. Researchers at Virginia Bioinformatics Institute found that nicotine is a … Continue reading
When preparing for alarming news one might suggest you sit down to deal with the shock. But in this case you might want to stand. A new study suggests if you sit a lot you may be at a higher … Continue reading
Adults over the age of 75 who have never been screened for colon cancer would benefit from screening according to a new study. The study authored by Frank van Hees, of Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, … Continue reading
Most of us have heard of the abnormal genes inherited in certain breast cancer cases called BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. Well now researchers have located four more genes that increase the risk of breast cancer when mutated.
Lung cancer is the top cancer killer in the United States. A new device may revolutionize the screening process for lung cancer as well as diagnosis. And we know screening can substantially impact survival.