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Aspirin may reduce risk for liver cancer
Daily aspirin may reduce the risk of liver cancer for people with hepatitis B infection, a new study suggested.
'Handful of changes' make cancer
British scientists have worked out how many changes it takes to transform a healthy cell into a cancer.
'Handful of changes' make cancer
British scientists have worked out how many changes it takes to transform a healthy cell into a cancer.
Hair dyes could raise risk of breast cancer
Women who frequently dye their hair may be at greater risk of contracting breast cancer, a new study found.
Small-business employees less likely to get cancer screenings
Waiters, contractors and other employees of America's small businesses are more likely to miss out on cancer screening, mostly because of a lack of insurance, new research showed.
Little evidence new cancer drugs improve survival
There’s not much evidence to show that most new cancer drugs approved in Europe in recent years can help patients live longer or improve their quality of life, a recent study suggested.
Europe's cancer drugs mostly ineffective: Study
European regulators approved 39 new cancer drugs between 2009 and 2013 despite having no evidence that they worked better than existing medicines, or at all, researchers said Thursday.
Obesity linked to 13 types of cancer
There's a link between obesity and 40 percent of all the cancers diagnosed in the US.
New technique could spare thousands of breast cancer patients
A new test could spare thousands of breast cancer patients from unnecessary chemotherapy by predicting how likely it is to return.
Autism-related genes involved in cancer
Researchers have identified autism-related genes that include genes involved in cancer by using a computational technique that shows how genes interact.
Researchers halt brain cancer growth with absence of protein
Researchers at Stanford University reported in a new study that the growth of specific aggressive brain tumors was stopped by cutting off access to a signaling molecule.
'Kinder treatments in pipeline' for child brain cancer
Researchers have found there are seven types of the most common malignant child brain cancer — paving the way for more precise, ‘kinder’ treatments.
Birthing dilemma: Does cancer affect later pregnancy outcomes?
Female survivors of certain types of cancer have higher risks of poor outcomes in pregnancies conceived after diagnosis than women without cancer, according to a recent study.
'Pen' identifies cancer in 10 seconds
A handheld device can identify cancerous tissue in 10 seconds, according to scientists at the University of Texas.
Zika virus used to treat aggressive brain cancer
A harmful virus that can cause devastating brain damage in babies could offer up a surprising new treatment for adult brain cancer, according to US scientists.

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