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Lo-Cal Diet Slows Prostate Cancer In Animals, New Research Finds

...- A low-calorie diet slows theprogress of prostate cancer in animals, new research shows.The slowing of tumo...roma form of rat prostate cancer were transplanted into four groupsof cancer-free rats. One group of rats wa...

UW-Madison Center One Of Two Sites Nationwide Selected For Clinical Trial Of Cancer Drug

...ct human tests of endostatin, apromising potential cancer treatment that seems to work in part by disrupting...ting compound." Endostatin's potential value as a cancer treatment received worldwide attentionafter a May 1998 New York Times article described early result...

For Breast Self-Examination, Once A Month Is Quite Enough

...effective way of detectingearly symptoms of breast cancer for women with a family history of the disease. Mo... 18 percent saidthey examine themselves for breast cancer daily or weekly. Fifty-six percentreported that they follow the recommended frequency of once or tw...

Demystifying Cancer: Physicians, Researchers, And Web Experts Offer Two-Day Symposium For Patients, Families, Health Care Providers, And The Public

To help people decipher the bewildering maze of cancer information on the WorldWide Web and to empower pa..., one of the country's mostrespected Web sites for cancer information; Robert A. Weinberg, Ph.D., Member of the Whitehead Institute and winner of the1997 Na...

Tip Sheet: Citrus Limonoids Versus Cancer, Cholesterol And Insects

...s in animals andinhibit the spread of human breast cancer cells in culture. Other studiesindicate limonoids...Apotent inhibitors of proliferation of humanbreast cancer cells in culture, according to this paper. Tests with mice arecurrently underway. (University of We...

Penn Researchers Find Chemoembolization Effective For Liver Tumors

...uble the survival time of adult patientswith colon cancer that has spread to the liver. Michael C.Soulen, MD...he tumor, thus inhibiting cancer-cellgrowth. Colon cancer that has metastasized, or spread, can bemanaged with chemoembolization when systemic chemotherapy ha...

UNC-CH Scientists To Reveal Results Of New Cancer Study

...rehensive Cancer Center Results of an exciting new cancer study will be announced Monday (March 29) at anews..., which they believe could lead to more successful cancer therapy. Reporters can park in the Health Affairs Parking Deck on Manning Drive acrossfrom UNC Hospi...

Researchers Uncover Clues About Gateway To The Brain

...ld have implications fortreating AIDS, depression, cancer and other diseases that affect the brain.Doctors h...therapy treatment. The transporter acts on certain cancer cells as themolecular equivalent of a bouncer at a bar, spitting chemotherapeutic drugs outof the ce...

Tiny Tools Give New Meaning To 'Cutting Edge'

...some of the severe discomfort caused by needles in cancer biopsies. Lal has made functional prototypes of many of his devices, which he stores inpetri dishes in his lab. Most of the devices are no larger than a ball-point penor a fingernail, and are flat with a glassy-smooth finish. At their cutting end,the...

Cervical Screening Has Reduced Incidence And Mortality From Cervical Cancer

...ct of screening on incidence of and mortality from cancer of cervix in England: evaluation based on routinel...sts has reduced the incidence of invasive cervical cancer in England by more than one third (35 per cent) claim researchers in this week's BMJ. Dr Mike Quinn...

Advances In Translational Cancer Research Is Focus Of 90th Annual Meeting Of American Association For Cancer Research

...ular genetics, including anti-angiogenesis agents, cancer vaccines, gene therapy, and molecular targeted the... research findings in all of the subdisciplines of cancer research." "For the last five months, the 90th Annual Meeting Program Committee has been working to ...

UCSF And Eight Other Medical Centers Chosen For National Cancer Institute's Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium

... lymphoblasticleukemia as the most common cause of cancer deaths among children. And whileapproximately 60 p..." Prados said. "Because the new strategies against cancer are verymultidisciplinary, they require a relatively small group that can engage in anintense amount...

Inhibiting Growth Of New Blood Vessels Reduces Heart Disease Plaque In Mice

... While angiogenesis inhibitors are being used in cancer and visionresearch studies, heart disease investigations are focusing on angiogenesispromoters. In the heart research, scientists are testing in humans certaingenes and their protein products that promote angiogenesis. The goal of thisresearch is t...

Patients May Not Be Receiving The Highest Quality Of Care

...al X-ray or an orthopedic referral to evaluate for cancer orinfection. When the patient was covered by the strictest managed care plan, 14percent of physicians failed to recommend an X-ray or an appropriate referral. In comparison, 6 percent of physicians failed to prescribe the recommendedtreatment when t...

ENBREL (Etanercept) Patient And Physician Support Web Site Launched

... The company's products offer hope to patientswith cancer and inflammatory and infectious diseases. Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals, a division of American Home Products Corporation(AHP), is a major research-oriented pharmaceutical company with leading productsin the areas of women's health care, cardiovascula...

UF Researcher Explores Complex Relationship Between Smoking And Fertility

...shown a surprising decrease inthe rates of uterine cancer and endometriosis, which sometimes causes infertil...baby." And while endometriosis and uterine cancer may be less common amongsmokers, the reproductive system in such women is far from normal, leadingto...

BioNumerik Reports Data On Two Novel Supercomputer Engineered Anticancer Agents At 90th Annual Meeting Of The AACR

...parts pertrillion in laboratory testing with human cancer cell lines and in animalsbearing human tumors. Ka...taxanes, platinum or other cytotoxicdrugs in human cancer cell lines or in implanted tumors in animals. Taxane and platinum drugs are administered in the trea...

Stress And Surgery May Increase Development Of Cancerous Tumors

...yor physical stress, and then inoculated them with cancer cells. In the rats thathad undergonesurgery, the r...reasedthe mortality in the animals inoculated with cancer cells. "Our results show that, under specific circumstances, resistance to tumordevelopment i...

Vaccine Against Melanoma Proves Successful For Patients With Disease Spread To Two Lymph Node Areas

A custom-made vaccine created from a patient's own cancer tumor cellsappears effective in prolonging the sur...nts who had a particularly poorprognosis. Each had cancer that had spread to two lymph node areas, and each hadsurgery to remove the visible disease. The pati...

UCSF Study Shows Novel "Stress-Sharing" Prosthetic Device To Save Legs With Cancer Stimulates Bone Development

...prosthetic device primarily used to save legs with cancer stimulates bonedevelopment. The device directs fo...velopment for over tenyears. "For patients with cancer of the leg, the findings suggest this device will notonly prevent loosening of the prosthetic device...

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