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Hopkins team shows methylation-specific ddPCR may help predict head and neck cancer recurrence

27. August 2015

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Source: www.genomeweb.com Author: Madeleine Johnson Oncologists probe the margins of surgical sites to detect epigenetic indicators that can anticipate cancer recurrence. But deep surgical margin analysis with biopsy can alter the site making it challenging to return to the exact spot if there is a problem. It also takes only a few rogue cancer cells […]

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Rinsing with salt water beats out swishing with mouthwash

27. August 2015

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Source: www.reviewjournal.com Author: John Przybys A bottle can be found on just about every bathroom countertop or in just about every medicine cabinet in America. But is incorporating an over-the-counter mouthwash into your daily oral hygiene routine worth it? Dr. Daniel L. Orr II, a professor and director of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the […]

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HPV DNA detected in mouthwash predicts oral cancer recurrence

27. August 2015

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Source: www.onclive.com Author: Kelly Johnson The presence of HPV16 DNA is common at diagnosis of HPV-related oropharyngeal carcinoma (HPV-OPC) but rare after treatment. HPV-OPC has a favorable prognosis; however, 10% to 25% of patients experience disease progression, usually within 2 years of treatment. Patients who have HPV 16 DNA in their saliva following treatment of […]

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Teen E-Cig Users More Likely to Smoke

21. August 2015

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Source: www.newswise.com   Newswise — As e-cigarette usage among high school students continues to climb, a recent study from The Journal of the American Medical Association reveals an unsettling trend: that adolescent e-cigarette users are more likely than their non-vaping peers to initiate use of combustible tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars and hookahs. The […]

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Kissing, a leading risk factor for oral cancer, says doctor

17. August 2015

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Source: www.mnn.com Author: Bryan Nelson Bad news for kissers: According to at least one doctor, kissing could be worse than smoking when it comes to being a risk factor for developing head and neck cancers, reports NT News. Dr. Mahiban Thomas, head of Maxillofacial and Head and Neck Surgery at the Royal Darwin Hospital, Australia, […]

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Rodeo Competitor Speaks to Youth to Spread Anti-Tobacco Message

14. August 2015

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  Source: www.prnewswire.com Author: Oral Cancer Foundation   Cody Kiser prepares for competition while sporting the Oral Cancer Foundation’s message – Be Smart. Don’t Start.   NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Aug. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The traditional image of the American cowboy is one of strength, rugged determination and courage. In the world of professional rodeo […]

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AstraZeneca joins the world of immunotherapy against cancer

13. August 2015

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Source: www.youthhealthmag.com Author: staff Cancer drug companies have been fighting lately in a completely different and interesting arena: immunotherapy. The competition is indeed heating up that firms such as AstraZeneca are willing to pay millions of dollars for promising treatments. AstraZeneca, through its research company called MedImmune, has just recently announced its decision to purchase […]

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Professor creates a tool to help diagnose certain cancers early

13. August 2015

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Source: www.portsmouth.co.uk Author: staff Professor Peter Brennan from Portsmouth has been appointed as the 2016 president of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He has been given a £30,000 president fund, and has chosen to use the cash to benefit not only patients in Portsmouth, but around the country. He is writing a […]

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The case for funding the HPV vaccine for boys

11. August 2015

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Source: www.thespec.com Author: Camilla Cornell, Hamilton Spectator If Tiffany Bond could have had her 25-year-old son inoculated against the human papilloma virus (HPV), she’d have done it in a heartbeat. After all, Bond knows well the pain HPV virus can cause. Eight years ago, at age 39, Bond flicked back her long hair and touched […]

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AstraZenica, Inovio strike deal to find HPV cancer vaccine

10. August 2015

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Source: www.philly.com Author: David Sell   Local drugmakers – big and small – struck a deal to try to develop a vaccine to prevent a form of cervical, head and neck cancer.  MedImmune, which is the biologics and research division with AstraZeneca, said Monday it will collaborate with Inovio Pharmaceuticals to develop an early stage […]

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