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[1/24/2014] Cedars-Sinai clinical trial studies vaccine targeting cancer stem...

[1/24/2014] Scientists develop powerful new animal model for metastatic prost...

[1/23/2014] New computer model may aid personalized cancer care

[1/23/2014] Getting a cancer drug to patients takes both scientific and busin...

[1/23/2014] New clues may link hereditary cancer genes to increased risk of c...

[1/23/2014] Physical activity significantly extends lives of cancer survivors

[1/23/2014] NIH scientists map gene changes driving tumors in common pediatri...

[1/23/2014] The $125 billion question: How will the ACA affect cancer survivo...

[1/22/2014] Study shows 1 in 5 women with ovarian cancer has inherited predis...

[1/22/2014] Breast cancer in young women after treatment for Hodgkin's di...

[1/22/2014] Cancer diagnosis doesn't increase a child's risk of post-...

[1/22/2014] Study could lead to 'liquid biopsy' tests for bladder can...

[1/22/2014] New study examines patterns of cancer screening in Appalachian wo...

[1/22/2014] Long-term follow-up shows need for new chemotherapy strategies fo...

[1/22/2014] Number of cancer stem cells might not predict outcome in HPV-rela...

[1/22/2014] Common blood cancer may be initiated by single mutation in bone c...

[1/22/2014] ROI grants $200,000 to evaluate the value of RT and patient outco...

[1/21/2014] Biomarkers in blood show potential as early detection method of p...

[1/19/2014] Researchers identify possible explanation for link between exerci...

[1/19/2014] Melatonin may lower prostate cancer risk


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