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Astra’s Lynparza helps men with a form of prostate cancer
AstraZeneca Plc’s Lynparza medicine helped men with a lethal but uncommon form of prostate cancer in a study, opening a potential new use for a drug cleared for breast and ovarian cancers.
New test capable of detecting clinically significant prostate cancer in small blood sample
An international research team at Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, has demonstrated the potential for a new blood test to detect clinically significant prostate cancer in high-risk patients, as reported in the medical journal Cancers on July 27, 2019.
Researchers use AI to recognize breast cancer patterns
Researchers used artificial intelligence to recognize patterns in breast cancer and uncovered five new types of the disease each matched to different personalized treatments.
How dietary change might boost cancer therapy
In a recent study, mice that ate a diet with reduced levels of a particular amino acid responded better to cancer treatments.
Ovarian cancer drug olaparib 'can delay disease in newly diagnosed'
A drug for advanced ovarian cancer has been approved for use in newly diagnosed patients in England, after a trial showed it could delay progression of the disease for three years.
Can tomato extract fight cancer?
Tomato extracts can inhibit the growth and malignant cloning of stomach cancer cells, according to a new study that paves the way for novel therapies to treat the deadly disease.
HPV vaccine for boys raises hope of eradicating cervical cancer
More than 100,000 cases of cancer will be prevented under plans to give boys the HPV jab as well as girls, health officials have said.
Revolutionary new breath test could detect cancer in minutes
Experts explain that the technology provides far more accurate readings than other models because it works at the level of ‘nanoparticles’. It also uses artificial intelligence to identify specific chemicals, or ‘biomarkers’, produced by a range of diseases. Previous devices have only been able to detect biomarkers when present in large quantities.
Congenital heart disease directly linked to cancer in young patients
Many contemporary discussions on our collective human fight against cancer center on the significance of genetics as related to the onset of this hydra-headed disease.
Men who eat two portions of yoghurt  are less likely to develop bowel cancer
Men who have two portions of yoghurt a week could cut the risk of precancerous growths by a fifth, a study suggested.
Study: Radiation drives up cardiac event risk for lung cancer patients
Radiation treatment may help rid patients of lung cancer, but it works at the risk of bringing on equally serious cardiovascular conditions, a new study show.
Nitrate in drinking water linked to thousands of cancer cases in US each year
A new study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has revealed that nitrate contamination in drinking water across the US may be responsible for more than 12,500 cases of cancer each year.
Study: Night shifts do not increase breast cancer risk
Night shift work does not increase the risk of breast cancer, found a UK study covering analysis of 102,869 women over 10 years.
Persistent cough could be a sign of lung cancer
Lung cancer symptoms include having a cough that won’t go away, unexplained weight loss and severe chest pain. But you could also be at risk of the disease if you have this distinctive cough. How long should you wait before seeing a doctor?
US jury awards $2b damages in Roundup weedkiller cancer claim
A jury in California awarded more than $2 billion (£1.5 billion) to a couple who said the weedkiller Roundup was responsible for their cancer.

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