WebMDHeavier Women May Face Higher Cancer Risks: Study
For the study, Marisa da Silva and colleagues at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromso collected data on women who took part in the Norwegian Women and Cancer study from 1991 to 2011. The researchers looked specifically for the risk of obesity ...
Report: Obesity linked to these 12 types of cancers, including breast and colorectal
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Cutting out bacon and booze could reduce your risk of cancer by up to 40%, according to a major new study of over 50 ...
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ReutersJ&J must pay $4 million in punitive damages in latest asbestos cancer trial
(Reuters) - A California jury on Thursday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $4 million in punitive damages to a woman who said she developed cancer after being exposed to asbestos in the company's baby powder, pushing the total damages award in the ...
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Medical XpressThis Kind of Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer
We are what we eat, the old cliché goes, and there's plenty of evidence to support it: eating healthy foods really can lead to a healthier life. But can food actually lower your risk of dying from a disease like cancer? In a new study published in JAMA ...
Low-fat diet tied to better breast cancer survival
Is lower-fat diet associated with breast cancer overall survival?
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Gut microbiome–mediated bile acid metabolism regulates liver cancer via NKT cells - Science Magazine
Science MagazineGut microbiome–mediated bile acid metabolism regulates liver cancer via NKT cells
Liver cancer is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. The composition of the gut microbiome influences many human diseases, including liver inflammatory disorders. Ma et al. found that commensal gut bacteria can recruit the ...
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CNNYounger American women more likely to get lung cancer than men
(CNN) Historically, men have been more likely to develop lung cancer than women in the United States, but new research indicates that this sex-based trend has flipped, with the greatest shift occurring among whites and some Hispanics born after the ...
Lung Cancer Rates Are Higher in Women Than Men for the First Time Ever. Scientists Don't Know Why
Lung cancer rates in younger white and Hispanic women surpass those of men
Lung cancer rates in young women raise concerns
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CNBCJ&J hit with $21.7 million verdict in another talc asbestos cancer case
Johnson & Johnson and its talc suppliers on Wednesday were hit with a $21.7 million jury verdict in a lawsuit by a woman who said she developed cancer after being exposed to asbestos in the company's Baby Powder. The verdict by a Los Angeles jury ...
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MedPage TodayPhototherapy Delays Radical Prostate Cancer Tx
SAN FRANCISCO -- Men with low-risk prostate cancer had more than a 50% decrease in conversion to definitive therapy if they underwent vascular targeted phototherapy (VTP) prior to beginning active surveillance, a randomized trial showed. During the ...
After long decline, death rates from prostate cancer stop falling
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'I got 13 good years.' With prostate cancer in his bones, here's his message for men.
Blood test superior to PSA for detecting high-grade prostate cancer
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Giants' Buster Posey visits kids at Houston cancer center, where he awarded grant - San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco ChronicleGiants' Buster Posey visits kids at Houston cancer center, where he awarded grant
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During the Giants' trip to Houston, Posey visited Remy and other kids along with doctors and researchers at Texas Children's Cancer Center, to which the Buster and Kristen Posey Fund awarded a grant through the V Foundation as part of the Poseys ...
NBCNews.comCancer drug spending doubled in last 5 years, report says
Spending on cancer drugs has doubled over the past five years, and little wonder: Every new cancer drug brought to market last year cost $100,000 or more, according to a new report. The average cost of a new drug released in 2017 was $150,000, ...
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsCancer Increase Reported in Families With Tau Mutation-Associated Neurodegeneration
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A group of mutations most often associated with neurodegenerative conditions may also increase an individual's risk of developing cancer, new research suggests. As they reported today in the journal Cancer Research, ...
Alzheimer's Protein Associated with Increased Cancer Risk
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