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Antibiotic Use Linked To Bowel Cancer Precursor - mastimirchi.com Antibiotic Use Linked To Bowel Cancer Precursor

There’s been a lot of talk surrounding antibiotics as of late, especially concerning how their overuse contributes to antibiotic resistance. Now, there’s additional concerns to take into consideration. In recent years, there have been links between antibiotics and a range of conditions including irritable bowel disease, celiac disease, and even obesity. In a new paper […] Read More >>

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April 22, 2017
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Smoking linked with early pancreatic cancer - Agencies - The Sunday Indian Smoking linked with early pancreatic cancer - Agencies - The Sunday Indian
By Agencies Smoking linked with early pancreatic cancer Read More >>

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October 2, 2012

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Healthy lifestyle can cut cancer deaths by half, finds new US study Healthy lifestyle can cut cancer deaths by half, finds new US study
their results showed that around 20 percent to 40 percent of cancer cases and around 50 percent of cancer deaths could potentially be prevented through making lifestyle changes and adopting the healthy lifestyle pattern of the low-risk group. The authors acknowledged that as their study included only white individuals, the same results may not be found other ethnic groups. However the lifestyle factors that were considered to be cancer risk factors in this study have also been found to be risk factors in other ethnic groups in previous studies. Read More >>

Tags: Cancer, Cancer Cure, Cancer Prevention, Cancer Treatment, Cancer risk,| health and fitness | Hindustan Times,
May 21, 2016

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Why You Must Fear Cervical Cancer?  - Oneindia Boldsky Why You Must Fear Cervical Cancer? - Oneindia Boldsky
Cervical cancer is one of the most dangerous types of cancer for women. You should fear cervical cancer because its symptoms are not easy to notice.. Read More >>

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February 8, 2013

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Fast food linked to asthma, eczema | GooglyNews - Emboldened News Fast food linked to asthma, eczema | GooglyNews - Emboldened News
Eating fast food thrice a week or more elevates the risk of asthma and eczema, while eating fruit with the same frequency provides a protective effect, says a study. Read More >>

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January 24, 2013

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News digest – HRT, rising mouth cancer rates, NHS targets missed and… farts? News digest – HRT, rising mouth cancer rates, NHS targets missed and… farts?
New HRT guidelines, mouth cancer rates are rising, NHS England missed a target (again) and dodgy smells. Here’s the week’s cancer news. Read More >>

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November 14, 2015

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Antibiotic resistance as bad as terror threat? Antibiotic resistance as bad as terror threat?
Resistance to antibiotics is all set to get listed alongside catastrophic terrorist attacks, severe gas-rich volcanic eruptions, coastal flooding and pandemic influenza in UK’s National Risk of Civil Emergencies. Read More >>

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March 12, 2013

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Cost effectiveness of personalized treatment in women with early breast cancer: Cost effectiveness of personalized treatment in women with early breast cancer:
A Breast Cancer Outcomes model was developed at the ONCOTYROL research center to evaluate personalized test-treatment strategies in Austria. The goal was to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a new 21-gene assay (ODX) when used in conjunction with the Adjuvant! Online (AO) decision aid to support personalized decisions about use of adjuvant chemotherapy in early-stage breast cancer patients in Austria. We applied a validated discrete-event-simulation model to a hypothetical cohort of 50 years old women over a lifetime horizon. The test-treatment strategies of interest were defined using three-letter acronyms. The first (second, third) letter indicates whether patients with a low (intermediate, high) risk according to AO were tested using ODX (Y yes, N no). The main outcomes were life-years gained, quality-adjusted life-years (QALYs), costs and cost effectiveness. Robustness of the results was tested in sensitivity analyses. Results were compared to a Canadian analysis conducted by the Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment Collaborative (THETA). Five of eight strategies were dominated (i.e., more costly and less effective: NNY, NYN, YNN, YNY, YYN). The base-case analysis shows that YYY (ODX provided to all patients) is the most effective strategy and is cost effective with an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of 15,700 EUR per QALY gained. These results are sensitive to changes in the probabilities of distant recurrence, age and costs of chemotherapy. The results of the base-case analysis were comparable to the THETA results. Based on our analyses, using ODX in addition to AO is effective and cost effective in all women in Austria. The development of future genetic tests may require alternative or additional test-treatment strategies to be evaluated. Read More >>

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December 1, 2015

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EPA approves use of virus for liver cancer treatment trial | PressReleasePoint EPA approves use of virus for liver cancer treatment trial | PressReleasePoint
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved an application to import for release a genetically modified live vaccinia virus (Pexa-Vec) for use in a multi-national clinical trial involving patients with a form of liver cancer (hepatocellular carcinoma). Read More >>

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October 29, 2015

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How herpes is being used to fight cancer - WXYZ.com How herpes is being used to fight cancer - WXYZ.com
The drug, Imlygic, is injected directly into tumor tissue, where it uses herpes as a Trojan horse to slip past and rupture cancer cells. The drug combines a gene snippet meant to stimulate the immune system with a modified version of the herpes simplex virus -- the kind that causes mouth cold sores. Read More >>

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October 28, 2015

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Put health before  sex, says cancer survivor Put health before sex, says cancer survivor
Rawle Browne is living proof that being diagnosed with prostate cancer is not a death sentence. He was diagnosed with the illness in 2008 at 56 years old. Today, seven years later, this retiree reflects that he has always been on top of his health because of his family’s history. Browne, who lived in the United States for 41 years, said cancer was prevalent on his father’s side of the family. His father, two uncles and grandfather had all died from prostate cancer. Read More >>

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November 15, 2015

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