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Breast Growth Myths

Breast Growth Myths

There are a number of myths about women's breasts. Some of these "common knowledge" myths state when a woman's breasts start and stop growing, how big they're likely to get and relate breast growth to a woman's height and age. While there may be a nugget of truth in some of these, many of them miss
Enzalutamide to display moving adhesion along immobilized selectin meats

Enzalutamide to display moving adhesion along immobilized selectin meats

liposomes and free DXR were eliminated from the media with multiple washes, indicating that DXR produced from D DXR within the cells was accountable for triggering cell death. Elizabeth selectin, an a
Prostate Orgasm: How I Can Use Prostate Orgasm For Cancer Prevention?

Prostate Orgasm: How I Can Use Prostate Orgasm For Cancer Prevention?

There has been a surge of information that centres on cancer-preventive measures. The most sought after tactics are those from the alternative side. I believe that every man should know this natural w
Immune Fix Thwarts Man's Melanoma

Immune Fix Thwarts Man's Melanoma

A 52-year-old man's melanoma vanished after getting an experimental immune system treatment at Seattle's Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Early Detection of Breast Cancer - How to Detect Breast Cancer to Save Your Life?

Early Detection of Breast Cancer - How to Detect Breast Cancer to Save Your Life?

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women and through the early detection, the survival chance are high and it can avoid to remove the whole breast. We must aware that normally it will happe
Molecular Phenotypes of DCIS Predict Recurrence

Molecular Phenotypes of DCIS Predict Recurrence

Find out what types of recurrence are predicted and why it matters.
Pancreatic Cancer News Page

Pancreatic Cancer News Page

Find in-depth information on pancreatic cancer including symptoms ranging from pain in the upper or middle abdomen and back to jaundice.
Understanding Your PSA Test Results

Understanding Your PSA Test Results

Your PSA results can be a source of anxiety or reassurance. It is essential to understand what your PSA results really mean and what, if anything, you need to do about them.
Letter: Development of Leukemia After Use of Irinotecan and Oxaliplatin

Letter: Development of Leukemia After Use of Irinotecan and Oxaliplatin

Cancer research - journal article. Secondary Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia Following Irinotecan and Oxaliplatin for Advanced Colon Cancer. May 2006.
A Tribute - A Mother Reflects on the One Year Anniversary of Losing Her Daughter to Breast Cancer

A Tribute - A Mother Reflects on the One Year Anniversary of Losing Her Daughter to Breast Cancer

One year ago, the world lost Jen Hoffmann, after a 9-year battle with breast cancer. Today, her mother Gloria reflects back on the first time she learned her daughter had breast cancer and takes us on the journey that followed. Jennifer's spirit and courage reminds us that life is to be lived f
Eating Cabbage and Brussels Sprouts Can Kill Cancer Cells

Eating Cabbage and Brussels Sprouts Can Kill Cancer Cells

According to British researchers, when chemotherapy is combined with eating cabbage and Brussels sprouts, you can kill the cancer cells growing in your body. At least this is what their new research shows.
Cancer Pain: Get Relief Now

Cancer Pain: Get Relief Now

Because of the many consequences of a cancer diagnosis, people often forgot to address the fact that the disease, in and of itself, often causes intense pain that can affect all areas of your life. Finding ways to relieve this pain is essential to maintaining a high quality of life during cancer tre
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Treatment (PDQ®): Treatment - Patient Information [NCI]-Stages of

Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Treatment (PDQ®): Treatment - Patient Information [NCI]-Stages of

After gestational trophoblastic neoplasia has been diagnosed, tests are done to find out if cancer has spread from where it started to other parts of the body. The process used to find out the extent or spread of cancer is called staging, The information gathered from the staging process helps ...
Pancreatic Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise

Pancreatic Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise

Early results with a new vaccine for the treatment of pancreatic cancer are showing promise.
External Quality Assessment in Molecular Pathology

External Quality Assessment in Molecular Pathology

Molecular testing of tumor samples to guide treatment decisions is becoming increasingly important but quality control can be an issue. These consensus guidelines propose to harmonize standards.
Breast Cancer Research: Milestones

Breast Cancer Research: Milestones

Vision and sheer determination have given us hope for breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Zytiga Side Effects

Zytiga Side Effects

Generally Zytiga is well tolerated with few side effects compared to standard chemotherapy. There are some side effects and these are related to the way it works to decrease the level of androgenic hormones. Zytiga ...
Honoring Our Breast Cancer Inspirers

Honoring Our Breast Cancer Inspirers

I have been thinking about Breast Cancer Awareness Month for some time now and I knew that I wanted to do something special. I know that so many
Hormones, Receptors in Hyperplastic Enlarged Lobular Units

Hormones, Receptors in Hyperplastic Enlarged Lobular Units

Ongoing analysis of mammary epithelial subpopulations is key to understanding mammary epithelial stem cells in normal tissue biology and carcinogenesis.
Melanoma in Children

Melanoma in Children

Melanoma is a malignant tumor that originates in the melanocytes. These cells are responsible for generating melanin, the pigment that gives color to skin, hair and eyes. This pigment is the strongest in moles. It is due to this reason that melanomas are usually brown or black in color. Sometimes, m