BBC NewsHunt for HIV cure turns to cancer drugs
The outstanding progress in boosting the immune system to treat cancer may help unlock a cure for HIV, according to scientists meeting in Paris. The body's normal defences struggle to clear the body of HIV and cancer. But the rapidly emerging field of ...
HIV and cancer teams double up to seek out new disease killers
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CBS NewsGlioblastoma: New tools against brain cancer
The Hippocratic Oath advises doctors to first DO NO HARM … so imagine intentionally using a virus that causes paralysis in hopes of treating the deadliest form of brain cancer. That's what doctors are trying with some patients with Glioblastoma, the ...
Meghan McCain tweets photo of 'amazing hike with dad' after senator's brain-cancer diagnosis
McCain's Primary Challenger Calls on Him to Step Aside After Brain Cancer Diagnosis
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McCain's Ex-Primary Opponent Wants Him to 'Step Away' After Cancer Diagnosis
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The San Diego Union-TribuneCancer stem cells target of new grant to UCSD scientists
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UCSD Moores Cancer Center physicians led by Ezra Cohen will research the therapy to treat a variety of hard-to-treat solid tumors. These include head and neck squamous cell carcinoma, triple-negative breast cancer, pancreatic cancer and ovarian cancers.
Companies Rush to Develop 'Utterly Transformative' Gene Therapies
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Washington PostClinical trials for cancer could use more older people
More than 60 percent of cancer patients are older adults — and that will rise to 70 percent by 2040. Yet seniors are underrepresented in clinical trials, making it difficult to assess how treatments are likely to help or harm them. The newest evidence ...
CBS NewsPediatric cancer: Miracles in small packages
Thanks to ongoing research, the ranks of children saved from once-fatal cancers are growing by the day. Tracy Smith has a progress report. (An earlier version of this report was originally broadcast on March 12, 2017.) When we first met Edie Gilger in ...
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CBS NewsImmunotherapy: The next frontier in cancer treatment
The effort to unlock the secret within the human immune system is already offering new hope to cancer patients for whom traditional treatments have fallen short. Dr. Jon LaPook reports. (An earlier version of this report was originally broadcast on ...
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NBCNews.comCongressional tradition allows McCain time to battle cancer
The Capitol Hill office of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., is seen in Washington, Thursday, July 20, 2017, after news that he has been diagnosed with brain cancer. A member of Congress for more than three decades, McCain was the 2008 Republican presidential ...
Sen. McCain goes on hike after cancer diagnosis
What Is Glioblastoma? McCain's Brain Tumor Is an Aggressive Type of Cancer
McCain rival suggests he should resign after brain cancer diagnosis
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Science Finds a Scary Link Between Height and Prostate Cancer
While the risk factors for prostate cancer are fairly well-known, a research team led by scientists at the University of Oxford has discovered that being larger than average—either taller or fatter—puts men at a higher risk of developing a more ...
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CBS NewsOn The Horizon: How dogs may help fight bone cancer
A multitude of potential advances are ON THE HORIZON in the field of cancer research, as reported by Susan Spencer: When we first met Zoe last winter, she was eight years old, full of heart, and doing pretty well on only three legs. Yeah, that's a good ...
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Tri for a Cure raises $2 million to fight cancer
Julie Degenhardt of Portland celebrates with her mom and cancer survivor, Joanne Longacre of New Hampshire, after completing the 10th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon Sunday at Southern Maine Community College in South Portland. Staff photo by Jill ...