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Researchers discover genetic fingerprint of HPV virus in some head and neck cancers

29. January 2015

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Author: Staff Source: cancerreasearchuk.org A large US study(link is external) has pinpointed genetic errors that mark out head and neck cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). If confirmed in further studies this could be used to develop potential new treatments. Head and neck cancers include tumours of the throat, mouth, nasal cavity, larynx, salivary gland among other tissues and organs. […]

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How Anti-Vaxxers Ruined Disneyland for Themselves (and everyone else)

26. January 2015

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Source: io9.com Author: Robbie Gonzalaz   “The Happiest Place On Earth” is ground zero for a recent measles outbreak centered in California. Now, unvaccinated people are being warned to avoid visiting Disneyland parks. No Infants In Disneyland There are now 67 confirmed cases of measles in an ongoing outbreak centered in California. According to the California Department […]

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Inherited factors linked to head and neck cancers in young adults

25. January 2015

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Source: www.news-medical.net Author: Oxford University Press An article published online today in the International Journal of Epidemiology pools data from 25 case-control studies and conducts separate analyses to show that head and neck cancers (HNC) in young adults are more likely to be as a result of inherited factors, rather than lifestyle factors such as […]

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Keratinization may be prognostic in certain head and neck cancers

25. January 2015

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Source: www.healio.com Author: T. Cooper Keratinization may be prognostic for patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma, according to results of a retrospective, cross-sectional study. The greatest prognostic value may be among patients who have p16-negative and nonbasaloid tumors, as well as those who are smokers, results showed. Keratinization may result histologically following hematoxylin-eosin staining that […]

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Why the “Cancer Due to Bad Luck” Story Needs Revising

20. January 2015

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Source: medscape.com Author: Zosia Chustecka   UPDATED January 16, 2015 // There has been quite a backlash to the recent news that many cancers are due to “bad luck” of random mutations, which was proclaimed in headlines around the world, and based on a report published in the January 2 issue of Science. The International Agency for Research on Cancer […]

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Don’t count on mouthwash to beat bad breath

17. January 2015

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Source: www.theaustralian.com.au Author: Sumathi Reddy, The Wall Street Journal People gargle mouthwash thinking it will get rid of bad breath, but that is the minty liquid’s least effective function. Dentists say mouthwash and other rinses can be beneficial to overall oral health and an important part of daily oral hygiene routines — but they aren’t […]

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Patients undergoing radiation therapy benefit from animal assisted therapy

17. January 2015

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Source: radiationtherapynews.com Author: staff According to a recent study published in the Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology, therapy dogs can help improve the emotional state of some cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy. The study, developed by Mount Sinai Beth Israel researchers, found that cancer patients who are undergoing intensive multi-modal concomitant radiation therapy together […]

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Kramer: Our cancer risk is not written in the stars

17. January 2015

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Source: http://www.cancerletter.com/ Author: Matthew Ong, reporter with The Cancer Letter The stochastic process of stem cell divisions should not be equated with bad luck, said Barnett Kramer, director of the NCI Division of Cancer Prevention, focusing on misinterpretations of the “Bad Luck” paper by Cristian Tomasetti and Bert Vogelstein, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. […]

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Five game changers: will they alter the course of dental hygiene treatment?

17. January 2015

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Source: www.rdhmag.com Author: Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH With the beginning of a new year, clinicians may be wondering what new technologies or services they should consider. As I reflected on this, it led me to consider what has the potential to become game changers for dental hygienists. I immediately considered the integration of laser technology, […]

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Why the FDA Needs to Start Regulating Lab Tests

12. January 2015

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Source: modernhealthcare.com Author: Merrill Goozner   The Food and Drug Administration’s proposal to regulate the accuracy of laboratory-developed tests has drawn heated opposition from the laboratory testing industry, hospitals and most medical specialty societies. Only oncologists favor tighter oversight.It’s not just cancer docs who should be concerned. We’re entering a new era where there will be much […]

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