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For low-risk thyroid cancer patients, less may be more for post-surgery surveillance
Not all patients feel the same way about medical treatment.
Cancer patients who exercise have less heart damage from chemotherapy
Patients with cancer should receive a tailored exercise prescription to protect their heart, reported a paper published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
New drug may prove key to overcoming aggressive breast cancer
A drug that boosts chemotherapy success could be used to treat aggressive breast cancers, a study has found.
Discovery of new source of cancer antigens  may expand cancer vaccine capabilities
For more than a decade, scientist Stephen Albert Johnston and his team at Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute have pooled their energies into an often scoffed-at, high-risk, high-reward goal in medicine: To develop a universal vaccine to prevent cancer.
New ultrasound diagnosis technique ‘may be able to pick up cancers far earlier’
A new ultrasound technology that could pick up far more cases of cancer and cut the need for biopsies has been developed by scientists.
Iran blasts US barring of Zarif from NY hospital visit
Iran censured the United States for its "inhumane" decision to prevent Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif from visiting a hospitalized Iranian diplomat in New York.
New blood test could detect more than 20 types of cancer
A new blood test could detect more than 20 types of cancer, allowing cases to be identified and treated far earlier.
New pancreatic cancer test could increase survival rates to 60%
The world's first urine test which detects early stage pancreatic cancer could increase longer-term survival rates from five percent to 60 percent if successfully rolled out, the professor who developed it said.
CAR T cell therapy: On the cusp of 'an immunotherapy revolution'?
A deeper understanding of the immune system's role in controlling cancer has helped drive "an immunotherapy revolution," offering hope for many patients with previously incurable cancers, including children, doctors have concluded in a new report.
PTSD linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer
Women who exhibit many classic symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be much more likely to develop ovarian cancer than their counterparts who don’t, a new study suggests.
The golden future of cancer treatment
Researchers have engineered gold-based molecules that target cancer cells and leave healthy cells unharmed, in a critical step towards precision cancer drugs with fewer toxic side effects.
Obesity pandemic shifting cancer to younger people in US
A new study looking at incidence of disease data in the US from 2000 to 2016 found a shift in obesity-associated cancers (OACs) to younger individuals. Typically, these cancers are diagnosed at higher rates among people older than 65. The most notable findings pertain to increases in these OACs among non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic women and men for whom certain cancers increased by 200-400 percent.
Thousands of men die from prostate cancer in UK every year because of late diagnosis, charity warns
Thousands of men are dying of prostate cancer because they are diagnosed too late to receive a cure, a charity has warned.
Breast cancer risk from using HRT is ‘twice what was thought’
The risk of breast cancer from using hormone replacement therapy is double what was previously thought, according to a major piece of research, which confirms that HRT is a direct cause of the cancer.
Cancer-stricken Mihajlovic on bench but Bologna held by Verona
A cap on his head and wearing a Bologna shirt, coach Sinisa Mihajlovic courageously joined his players for their Serie A opener in Verona on Sunday despite undergoing treatment for leukaemia.

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