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Joey Feek Cancer Update: Joey And Rory Celebrate The Release Of Their Final Album, Prepare For Indiana’s Second Birthday

Joey and Rory Feek have a lot to celebrate, despite Joey’s current battle with terminal cancer. On Friday, February 12, Joey and Rory’s final, and most important album, Hymns That Are Important To Us, was released for purchase at all Cracker Barrel stores throughout the United States. Show More Summary

The Cast Of Mob Wives Rally Around Big Ang As She Battles Stage Four Cancer

The ladies who fight together, stick together. Despite all the MAJOR drama and bad blood between the Mob Wives, the cast recently made it clear that they're VERY supportive of Big Ang and her battle against stage four throat cancer. The ladies spoke out after a contentious reunion taping earlier this week. Related: Mob Wives Is DONE. According [...]

Deadpool Delivers A Heartfelt PSA About Testicular Cancer

9 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Deadpool wouldn't make a very good spokesman for gun control, mental health or anger management, but when it comes to matters of the heart or groin Deadpool's got ya covered. He's that rare combination of lover and fighter, and he'sShow More Summary

Long-term cancer surviors still need guidance about screening, side effects, lifestyle

Researchers have published an article that addresses the needs of cancer survivors who are at least nine years beyond an initial diagnosis. The Q &A article discusses how to better care for long-term survivors.

Man Claims Cannabis Beat His Cancer

Steve Kubby: In February 2012 I began preparing and using a cryogenic extract from fresh green cannabis plants. Not just any plants, but a medical strain that I have been breeding for the past 10 years that clearly had powerful medicinal benefits for me. Show More Summary

Lovestruck Virginia boy, 8, has died of cancer

11 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The family of the lovestruck 8-year-old who battled leukemia most of his life is mourning his loss after he passed away Thursday.

Study finds mechanism by which obesity promotes pancreatic and breast cancer

Investigators may have uncovered a novel mechanism behind the ability of obesity to promote cancer progression. The study focused on the effects of obesity on pancreatic and breast cancer, since more than half of those diagnosed with such tumors are overweight or obese.

Younger T cells may improve immunotherapy for children's cancer

Pediatric oncologists have investigated techniques to improve and broaden a novel personalized cell therapy to treat children with cancer. The researchers say a patient's outcome may be improved if clinicians select specific subtypes of T cells to attack diseases like acute lymphoblastic leukemia and lymphoma.

Study finds mechanism by which obesity promotes pancreatic and breast cancer

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators may have uncovered a novel mechanism behind the ability of obesity to promote cancer progression. In their report published online in the journal Clinical Cancer Research, the research...Show More Summary

The Moment for Congress to Fight Against Cancer and Asbestos Is Now

After his wife died from lack of available medical treatment, Dashrath Manjhi, a poor Indian laborer, cut a 360 foot long, 30 foot wide road through a mountain with his own hands in order to get others from his village to the nearest hospital should they ever fall ill. Show More Summary

Long-Term Cancer Surviors Still Need Guidance About Screening, Side Effects, Lifestyle

A team of researchers from Yale School of Public Health and Yale Cancer Center recently published a study in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship that addresses the needs of cancer survivors who are at least nine years beyond an initial diagnosis. In the Q &A below, authors Mary Playdon, Tara Sanft, and Brenda Cartmel, talk about how to better care for long-term survivors.

How a master regulator in ovarian cancer can go from helpful to harmful

Scientists have defined the role of how a master genomic organizer influences the behavior of these ovarian-associated dendritic cells, revealing a previously unseen way in which cancer is able to manipulate our immune system.

Yale hype could raise false hopes for myeloma cancer patients

When you read news issued by Yale University based on a study published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine, you might reasonably assume that the information you’re receiving is reliable and devoid of hype. But you’d be wrong in that assumption. Show More Summary

New Nanotechnology Detects Biomarkers of Cancer

Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have developed a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic acids, the building blocks of all living organisms.

Donna’s Breast Cancer Marathon Helps Fund Genomic Research

For nine years, runners have gathered every February to participate in the 26.2 with Donna. It's a marathon to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research and care. Founder Donna Deagan is a three-time breast cancer survivor who was treated at Mayo Clinic. She wants to give back to the people and institution that […]

Breakable genes may promote disease, brain cell diversity

Researchers have identified 27 genes in brain stem cells that are prone to a type of DNA damage. The fragility of those genes could explain why they are often mutated or deleted in cancers and neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia. But their tendency to break could also benefit the brain by providing a way to produce a greater diversity of neurons.

FilmBuff Acquires ‘Thank You For Playing’ Docu About Creation Of ‘That Dragon, Cancer’ Video Game

FilmBuff has licensed worldwide rights to distribute Thank You For Playing, the Tribeca Film Festival documentary from David Osit and Malika Zouhali-Worrall that follows indie video game developer Ryan Green as he created That Dragon, Cancer, a game based on his youngest son's battle with terminal cancer. Show More Summary

Report: Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

Panthers special teams coach Bruce DeHaven has continued to work after being diagnosed with cancer, embodying the team’s “Keep Pounding” motto which began during Sam Mills’ own fight with the disease. But it appears they want to at least find some help for him. According to Alex Marvez of FOX Sports, the Panthers are interviewing…

Joey Feek Cancer Update: Joey And Rory To Watch Grammy Awards From Hospice Bed While Daughters And Manager Fly To Attend The Ceremony

Just because Joey and Rory won’t be able to attend this year’s Grammy Awards doesn’t mean they won’t be watching them from the comfort of their own home. According to a new post on Rory’s blog This Life I Live, Rory already has big plans for the country music duo to celebrate their Grammy nomination... Show More Summary

Gene previously observed only in brain is important driver of metastatic breast cancer

One gene that was once thought only to be found in the brain is also expressed in breast cancer and helps promote the growth and spread of the disease, research shows. Additionally, the scientists showed how a version of the gene with edited RNA prevents metastasis.

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