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Human tissue model developed to test colon cancer drugs
The first-ever ‘disease in a Petri dish’ platform that models human colon cancer derived from stem cells has been developed by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators, allowing them to identify a targeted drug treatment for a common, inherited form of the disease.
Discovery could guide immunotherapy for lung cancer
Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that boosts the body's natural defenses to fight the cancer.
Prostate cancer blood test helps target treatment
Scientists have developed a blood test that could pick out which men with advanced prostate cancer would benefit from a new drug treatment.
Scientists find an approach in T-cell therapy to treat cancer
German researchers have developed a way to arm immune cells with a new surface molecule in an effort to combat difficult to treat cancers.
Blood cancer treatment called 'revolutionary'
The results of new multiple myeloma research are 'very remarkable' not just for how many responded but how well, said Dr. Kenneth Anderson of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
New cancer medicine targets rare genetic flaw
An experimental cancer medicine called larotrectinib has shown promise treating a diverse range of cancers in people young and old, researchers said at a major cancer conference in the United States.
Broccoli could reduce prostate cancer risk
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer affecting men in the UK, the most common form of cancer in men is more likely to develop in those who are obese.
Doctors should not screen for thyroid cancer in adults
Doctors should not screen for thyroid cancer in adults who have no signs or symptoms of the disease, an influential US panel recommended.
Around 2m people will be diagnosed with cancer by 2021
Experts estimate around two million people will be diagnosed with cancer by 2021.
Pollution sparks 10% rise in cancer cases
Air pollution contributes to a 10-percent rise in people being diagnosed with cancer, a study found.
Thousands diagnosed with cancer visited GP three times or more
Almost one in four cancer patients diagnosed as an emergency had previously seen their GP at least three times, shocking figures showed.
Eating cheese could stop you getting cancer
Liver cancer could be warded off by adding this cheese to your dinner, said new research.
Cycling to work can cut cancer and heart disease
Want to live longer? Reduce your risk of cancer? And heart disease? Then cycle to work, said scientists.
Physician recommendations about breast cancer screening vary
Primary-care physicians and gynecologists continue recommending breast cancer screening for younger and older women despite changes to breast cancer screening guidelines, a study found.
Health Overhaul Plan supports cancer-stricken children
Health Overhaul Plan has had positive effects on supporting cancer-stricken children and their families in the past three years, said managing director of Mahak Institute, a non-profit charity organization which supports children with cancer.

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