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Friday, November 20, 2015

Cancer Research:Working up a sweat may protect men from lethal prostate cancer ♦ Technique to more effectively diagnose, treat cancer developed

Technique to more effectively diagnose, treat cancer developed A method to better trace changes in cancers and treatment of the prostate and lung without the limitations associated with radiation has been developed.
Socioeconomic factors associated with undergoing surgery for early-stage pancreatic cancer While socioeconomic factors such as race, ethnicity, marital status, insurance status, and geographic location are associated with whether patients with localized pancreatic cancer undergo resection (surgical removal of the tumor), only geographic location is associated with survival in these patients,
Working up a sweat may protect men from lethal prostate cancer A study that tracked tens of thousands of midlife and older men for more than 20 years has found that vigorous exercise and other healthy lifestyle habits may cut their chances of developing a lethal type of prostate cancer by up to 68 percent.
Global task force tackles problem of untreatable cancers and disease relapse: Non-toxic chemicals in plants and foods may be key Many cancer therapies are highly toxic, and even when they appear to work, a significant percentage of patients will experience a relapse after only a few months.  Typically these relapses result from small subpopulations of mutated cells which are resistant to therapy, and doctors who try to address this problem with combinations of therapies find that therapeutic toxicity typically limits their ability to stop most cancers

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