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Mobile phone cancer link grows - ‎9 hours ago‎
“This is the first study to actually show that non-ionising radiation (causes) cancer,” said Dr Otis Brawley, the American Cancer Society's chief medical officer. The cancer society praised the study for “evidence that cellphone signals could ...

Patients wait on Melbourne's Peter McCallum Cancer Centre

Herald Sun - ‎6 hours ago‎
As the opening of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre draws near, the three Peter Mac patients will join dozens of others for an early celebration on Monday.

Revealed: cancer scientists' pensions invested in tobacco

The Guardian - ‎2 hours ago‎
Scientists funded by Cancer Research UK who spend their lives hunting for cures for the disease are among thousands of academics whose pensions are invested in the tobacco industry, the Guardian can reveal.

Silent war on rare cancer

NT News - ‎17 hours ago‎
The cancer is so rare and unpredictable that doctors are unable to give Jane a long-term prognosis. What she does know is that, in the last year, five Australians and New Zealanders aged 21-45 lost their lives to EHE.
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'Global economic crisis linked to 260000 more cancer deaths'

Economic Times - ‎4 hours ago‎
"Higher unemployment due to economic crisis and austerity measures is associated with higher number of cancer deaths. Universal health coverage protects against these deaths.
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Bowel cancer test: New 3D biochips diagnose bowel cancer in 95% of cases

International Business Times AU - ‎13 hours ago‎
A hydrogel-based biochip with 3D cells may make bowel cancer detection easier, a study by scientists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), the Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology (EIMB RAS) has suggested.
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The Cancer Pink Ribbon Marketing Scam That's Capitalizing On Women's Emotions

Collective Evolution - ‎1 hour ago‎
If you are living in America, chances are you're familiar with the little pink ribbons. They seem to be plastered on everything - from makeup and jewellery to gardening tools and even buckets of fried chicken.

Treating prostate cancer without side effects

Indianapolis Star - ‎6 hours ago‎
The treatment may not be worse than the disease, but for some men it can come close. Side effects of the most common prostate cancer treatments, such as surgery or radiation, include incontinence and impotence. About one in seven men will develop ...
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Belle Gibson's fake cancer claims 'made her over $500000'

Yahoo7 News - ‎May 27, 2016‎
A court found Gibson engaged in "unconscionable conduct" when she claimed she was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2009, given four months to live and survived after rejecting conventional treatments to heal herself naturally.

5 foods that may increase your cancer risk

Fox News - ‎May 28, 2016‎
If you feel like the odds of getting cancer are higher than those of avoiding it, you're not alone. Headlines thrive on words and phrases like “carcinogenic,” “cancer-causing,” and “prevents cancer,” and it's because the affliction is (and has been ...

After skin cancer, sun protection is still spotty

Washington Post - ‎4 hours ago‎
Even though people may be more careful in the sun after developing skin cancer, having had a malignancy still doesn't persuade everybody to take such basic precautions as wearing hats or sunscreen, a study suggests.

Head to cancer center for support groups, exercise - ‎3 hours ago‎
MUNSTER - Cancer Resource Centre, 926 Ridge Road, offers free education programs and support groups for those with a cancer diagnosis and their caregivers. For more information or to register, call (219) 836-3349. To join a support group, call or ...

Education improves early detection of cancer: V. Shanta

The Hindu - ‎17 hours ago‎
Education improves early detection of cancer, V. Shanta, chairperson, Cancer Institute, Adyar, has said. Education about cancer - such as the importance of hygiene and good food habits - should be included at the school level itself, she said. Dr ...

Oncimmune's cancer test diagnoses '80pc of tumours' early, saving lives - ‎May 28, 2016‎
The Oncimmune tests, which look for cancer antibodies that appear very early on in the blood, could save millions of lives.

No clear evidence fish oil linked to prostate cancer

The Seattle Times - ‎3 hours ago‎
A cardiologist recommends fish-oil supplements to reduce high triglyceride levels, but the patient is concerned about his family's history of prostate cancer. Other topics today: taking thyroid medicine on an empty stomach, and tremors likely caused by ...
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Major Cell Phone Radiation Study Reignites Cancer Questions

Scientific American - ‎May 27, 2016‎
Federal scientists released partial findings Friday from a $25-million animal study that tested the possibility of links between cancer and chronic exposure to the type of radiation emitted from cell phones and wireless devices. The findings, which ...

14-year-old cancer survivor will run Bolder Boulder - ‎13 hours ago‎
Eventually, doctors told Martha and her mother Margaret Riedel that the teenage girl had a form of bone cancer known as Ewing's Sarcoma.

Sian Williams reveals her six-year-old daughter asked 'Will I get cancer too?'

Daily Mail - ‎16 hours ago‎
Few families in Britain have escaped the scourge of cancer, but Sian, like many who have suffered from the disease, struggled to make sense of the diagnosis, particularly as she has always looked after her health.

Young cancer survivor eager to share her story at Milton Relay for Life - ‎1 hour ago‎
“It was terrifying to hear that I had cancer. Here I am in school and doing other things… it's not what you expect to hear,” said the young cancer survivor, who recently volunteered during the cancer society's Daffodil Days and will have an Amber's ...

Take An Aspirin A Day For Protection Against Cancer? Experts Claim Taking It Daily Can Save Your Life

The Inquisitr - ‎44 minutes ago‎
A recent study found that if you take an aspirin a day for ten years, it can cut your cancer risk. The research showed that not much cancer protection happens for the first five years of taking an aspirin a day, but after the five-year mark to the ten ...