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Curt Schilling Reveals his Diagnosis of Oral Cancer and Believes Chewing Tobacco was the Cause

20. August 2014

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Source: boston.com Author: Steve Silva   Curt Schilling, the former Red Sox pitcher and ESPN analyst, announced today during the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon that he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma — which is cancer in the mouth — in February. “This all came about from a dog bite,” Schilling said. “I got […]

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New Study Finds Editing HPV Genes Kills Cancer

14. August 2014

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Source: drbicuspid.com Author: DrBicuspid Staff   August 14, 2014 – Researchers have hijacked a defense system normally used by bacteria to fend off viral infections and redirected it against human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes cervical, head and neck, and other cancers, according to a new study in the Journal of Virology (August, 6, 2014). Using a genome […]

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Top cancer organizations push for FDA to regulate all tobacco products

13. August 2014

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Source: medicalexpress.com Author: Staff The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), in a joint letter responding to a proposal by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to extend its regulatory authority over tobacco products, today urged the agency to regulate electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), cigars, and all […]

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The National Academies of Science supports Report on Carcinogens assessments – formaldehyde still causes cancer

12. August 2014

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Source: switchboard.nrdc.org Author: Jennifer Sass    The National Academies of Science (NAS) issued its assessment of the cancer risks from formaldehyde, a common and highly toxic chemical found in our furniture, home building materials, and clothing. The National Academies conducted a thorough and rigorous scientific review, and concluded that it posed a threat to humans for three […]

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PET may artificially boost HNC survival rates

12. August 2014

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Source: www.drbicuspid.com Author: Donna Domino, Features Editor The use of positron emission tomography (PET) is associated with a stage migration phenomenon in locally advanced head and neck cancer (HNC) patients, according to a recent report in JAMA Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery. Multiple studies have shown the increased sensitivity of fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG)-PET over computed […]

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Colgate Total ingredient linked to hormones, cancer spotlights FDA Process

12. August 2014

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Source: www.bloomberg.com Author: Tiffany Kary The chemical triclosan has been linked to cancer-cell growth and disrupted development in animals. Regulators are reviewing whether it’s safe to put in soap, cutting boards and toys. Consumer companies are phasing it out. Minnesota voted in May to ban it in many products. At the same time, millions of […]

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New cancer classification system might boost patient outcomes

10. August 2014

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Source: health.usnews.com Author: Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter Changes to the way cancers are classified could lead to more accurate diagnoses and perhaps more effective treatments in about one in 10 cancer patients, new research suggests. Typically, cancers are categorized according to the tissue in which they originated, such as breast, bladder or kidney cancer. But […]

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Tumour Suppressor Mutations Alone Cannot Explain Deadly Cancer

8. August 2014

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Source: www.domain-b.com Author: Staff   Although mutations in a gene dubbed ”the guardian of the genome” are widely recognized as being associated with more aggressive forms of cancer, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, have found evidence suggesting that the deleterious health effects of the mutated gene may in large part […]

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Cowboy Cody Kiser Joins Anti-Tobacco Campaign to Help Educate Young Consumers

8. August 2014

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Source: parade.condenast.com Author: Lindsay Lowe   The campaign to educate consumers about the dangers of tobacco has a new all-American hero: rodeo cowboy Cody Kiser, who’s partnering with the Oral Cancer Foundation (OCF) to educate parents and kids about the health risks associated with smokeless tobacco. While chewing tobacco has long been popular among rodeo […]

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Study Finds a ‘Fat Burning Process’ Termed ‘Cachexia’ Kills about One Third Cancer Patients

7. August 2014

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Source: scicast.com Author: Staff   Madrid, Spain (Scicasts) — Most cancer researchers are working on the biology of the tumour. However, Michele Petruzzelli, a member of Erwin Wagner’s group at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), has been looking for ways to attack the disease indirectly.  He focused on the effects of tumours on the […]

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