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Guidelines for Managing Cancer in Dogs and Cats

Given the ever-increasing incidence of cancer in our pets, it was a smart move for the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) to recruit a team of veterinary oncologists to draft the first ever “Oncology Guidelines for Dogs and... Read More

Women In Business Q&A: Ashley Haseotes, President and Founder, One Mission

Ashley Haseotes Ashley Haseotes is The President and Founder of One Mission, Inc. One Mission is a pediatric cancer charity that alleviates the relentless wrath that cancer unleashes every single day for children and their families. One Mission puts the kids before the cancer. Show More Summary

Diet and exercise to prevent cancer: What does the evidence say?

One of the most effective spin techniques used by advocates of “integrative medicine” (also sometimes called “complementary and alternative medicine,” or CAM for short) to legitimize quackery has been to claim basically all non-pharmacologic,...Show More Summary

Your bra could kill you – and other breast cancer myths busted

Rumours around the causes of breast cancer persist – but the evidence for these claims doesn’t always stack up A diagnosis of breast cancer can be frightening, and many of the known risk factors – genetics, ageing, being a woman – are beyond our control. Show More Summary

Post-Operative Stereotactic Radiosurgery a New Standard of Care for Patients with Resected Brain Metastases

For patients who have cancer that has metastasized to the brain, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) results in statistically comparable survival rates, reduced cognitive decline and better quality of life (QOL), compared to whole brain radiotherapy (WBRT), according to research presented today at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO).

Three Novel Intrinsic Subtypes of Prostate Cancer Identified

In the largest study of its kind to date, researchers have identified and validated three distinct molecular subtypes of prostate cancer that correlate with distant metastasis-free survival and can assist in future research to determine...Show More Summary

Stereotactic Radiosurgery Decreases Rate of Post-Operative Local Recurrence for Brain Metastases

Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) for cancer patients who receive the treatment for brain metastases decreases the likelihood of local recurrence but shows no positive difference in terms of overall survival (OS) or distant brain metastases...Show More Summary

Advances in Radiation Therapy Have Improved Survival Rates for Early Stage Lung Cancer Patients

A new analysis of records in the Veteran's Affairs Central Cancer Registry demonstrates a clear positive impact of the increased use of stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) to treat patients with stage I non-small cell lung cancer...Show More Summary

Hillary’s Priorities: Helping fellow blood-clot sufferers is not on the Agenda

Hillary’s affliction kills more Americans annually than both AIDS and female cancers, but the sufferers, unfortunately, are mostly ordinary Americans without clout or deep pockets.

Dom D’Agostino on Disease Prevention, Cancer, and Living Longer

The pursuit of size and strength really contradicts what we want to go after for longevity.” – Dominic D’Agostino Dr. Dominic “Dom” D’Agostino (@DominicDAgosti2) is one of my most popular guests, and I’m happy to have him rejoin the show for the third time. (You can listen to Dom’s first appearance here, and his second appearance […]

Remembering Arnold Palmer's 1997 return to competitive golf following cancer surgery

Note: This story about golf legend Arnold Palmer appeared in the March 21, 1997 Dallas Morning News. Palmer died Sunday at the age of 87. ORLANDO, Fla. - At 9:50 a.m. Thursday, Arnold Palmer winked at the applauding gallery, teed his ball and hit a low liner down the right side of Bay Hill's first fairway. Show More Summary

In 'Visiting Edna' by David Rabe, cancer crashes a life

Although David Rabe's deeply disturbing new play — a howl of authorial anguish, really — is fundamentally about an ordinary American mother and her equally quotidian son, the distinguished American playwright employs a couple of extraordinary devices. One Steppenwolf Theatre Company actress in...

Pediatric cancer / rheumatic diseases / medical marijuana: Mayo Clinic Radio

A cancer diagnosis is upsetting at any age but even more so when the patient is a child. According to the National Institutes of Health, it’s estimated that more than 10,000 new cases of pediatric cancer will be diagnosed among children in the U.S. this year. Worldwide, that number reaches 250,000. Although pediatric cancer death rates have declined […]

Bill Nunn, Versatile Actor Best Known As ‘Radio Raheem,’ In Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’ Dead At 62

Bill Nunn, a versatile actor, who is probably best known for his role as Radio Raheem in Do the Right Thing, died Saturday at his home in Pittsburgh. His wife, Donna, said that he had been battling cancer. He was 62. William Goldwyn “Bill Nunn III was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on October 20, 1953... Show More Summary

Bill Nunn, Do The Right Thing's Radio Raheem, Dies At 62

Bill Nunn, an actor best-known for his portrayal of Radio Raheem in Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing, died at the age of 62 on Saturday. His death, from cancer, was first announced on Instagram by Spike Lee. [ more › ]

Just in: Dmitri Hvorostovsky cancels Vienna Opera

12 hours agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The Russian baritone, who is receiving treatment for brain cancer, made a strong start to the season in Sochi earlier this month. But he has just notified Vienna that he is too unwell to sing the title role in Verdi’s Simon Boccangera, due to run from Friday. He will be replaced by Marco Vratogna. We wish […]

R.I.P. Buckwheat Zydeco

13 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Stanley Dural, the famed Louisiana accordionist better known as Buckwheat Zydeco, died of lung cancer yesterday Reuters reports. According to a statement from his manager, “He died at 1:32 AM Louisiana time, keeping musician’s hours right to the bitter end.” He was 68. Born in 1947 in Lafayette, Louisiana, Buckwheat was interested in music from […]

Why this biotech startup is going after rare neurological diseases

A decade ago, there were just two cancer drug programs exploring a way to harness the body's immune system so it could better attack tumor cells. One of them was on the verge of shutting down. Researchers had noticed that, right off the bat, tumors were growing instead of shrinking, Dr. Show More Summary

Joe Biden plans to dedicate life to cancer research after leaving White House

13 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Vice President Joe Biden says he plans to dedicate his life to cancer research when he leaves the White House in January. Biden plans to build on the "cancer moonshot" initiative he launched earlier this year, which aims to help accelerate cancer research -- a topic that has touch him personally. Show More Summary

New design of engineered arginine depleting enzymes as multi-potent anti-cancer agents

A novel multi-potent drug removes arginine from the blood and kills cancer cells, report scientists. Arginine is an essential amino acid for the growth of cancer cells.

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