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Statins effective against cancer-linked weight loss
The condition known as cachexia, or wasting syndrome, is common among patients with chronic diseases such as cancer, heart failure and AIDS.
Scientists may have found a way to tell if breast cancer will return
The genetic and molecular makeup of breast tumors holds clues to how a woman’s disease could progress, including the likelihood of it coming back after treatment, and in what time frame, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published this week in the journal Nature.
Almost half of global cases of childhood cancer go undiagnosed
According to a new study almost half of all children with cancer are not diagnosed and may die without being treated.
Colon cancer screening can save your life
With colorectal cancer being found in an increasing number of younger adults, the pressure is on to screen millions more.
How regular use of painkillers could boost survival rates from cancer
Could regular use of aspirin or ibuprofen boost survival rates from head and neck cancer? It seems it’s possible.
Millions of women mistakenly believe smear test detects ovarian cancer
Millions of women wrongly believe smear tests can detect ovarian cancer, experts warned.
Preclinical research finds new approach to treating aggressive cancer
Researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have discovered that a combination of immune checkpoint blockade and targeted therapies that block normal DNA damage repair (DDR) achieved significant tumor regression in mouse models of small cell lung cancer (SCLC), suggesting a promising new approach for treating patients with this aggressive cancer.
Is weight loss a sign of cancer
World Cancer Day is celebrated on the 4th of February every year. It aims at spreading awareness about cancer and how one can reduce their risk of cancer and prevent the deadly disease.
Cancer cliches to avoid: I'm not 'brave'
Fighter, warrior, hero — some of the terms you might see used to describe people with cancer.
New breast cancer gene tests don't faze women
Women with breast cancer who get newer genetic tests to estimate their risk of recurrence may not be any more anxious about their test results than their peers who get older tests that focus on fewer genes, a recent study suggested.
Cancer survivors face significant hardships related to medical bills
New research indicates that cancer survivors carry greater financial burdens related to medical debt payments and bills compared with individuals without a cancer history, with the greatest hardships in younger survivors.
Iranian actor Moheb-Ahari passes away at 68
Iranian actor Hossein Moheb-Ahari, a cinema and theater actor, died on Wednesday following a long battle with cancer.
GPs could use breast cancer 'calculator' to predict risk to women
Women may be able to go to their general practitioner (GP) to find out their risk of getting breast cancer and choose whether or not to be screened, if a new online calculator devised by British scientists is successful.
Newly discovered mechanism helps our own immune systems fight cancer
An international team of researchers has discovered a new mechanism that will better activate the immune system against cancer.
Exercise may help increase cancer patient's chance for survival
Regular exercise before and after a cancer diagnosis significantly improves odds of survival, a new study finds.

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