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Doctors Fight for Life and Infant Survives Cancer!

During pregnancy, you are the reason your baby lives and it’s your job to protect your child to allow it to mature, however in the case of this…

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All Women are at Risk and a Quarter Worldwide are Diagnosed!

The word breast does not seem scary until it is placed beside the word cancer. Breast cancer (BC) is a disease with a morbidity rate of about 28%…

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Vaccinate me, PLEASE! Studies suggest only a single HPV vaccination is needed to protect you from cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is a leading cause of cancer and cancer death across the globe, particularly in countries with low human-development index. There were over 500,000 new cases of…

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The Most Innovative Species on Earth: Cancer

Cancer is a word that most of society fears. The reason being that cancer is extremely smart and innovative, but this means that in order to beat cancer,…

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After D comes E: Digest and Excrete Without Trouble

Irish Doctors came together to conduct research on modern surgery approaches for ulcerative colitis (UC), hoping to determine the best methods to decrease patient risk and increase their…

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Immune system molecules equipped with extra body armor found to be more successful against enemy tumors

In 2019, approximately 322,000 men died from cancer in the United States alone. The combination of lung cancer, prostate cancer and colorectal cancer made up about half of…

A clever ruse used by cancer cells was adapted to help rats accept transplanted limbs

Research scientists are constantly faced with mystifying problems that require them to think outside the box and across disciplines. James Fisher and his colleagues did just that. In…

Cancer patients face increased challenges amidst coronavirus chaos

As we are all facing new challenges and uncertainties amidst the worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, I think that it is important to acknowledge COVID-19 as a part of…

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Patient-powered cancer research: How an emmy-award winning musician and hundreds of other rare cancer patients found a community

Rare cancers, including angiosarcoma, account for 25% of adult tumors, but they are still difficult to study due to low disease incidence and diverse patient populations. Rare cancer…

New DNA Cutting Method Revolutionizes the Study of Genes

Researchers at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University have successfully created a new and revolutionary method to collect and study gene samples. They accomplished this…