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    Riders raise awareness for oral cancer

    10. August 2015

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    Source: Millard County Chronicle Progress Author: Doug Radunich   Two traveling rodeo riders helped raise awareness for oral cancer at the Days of the Old West rodeo in Delta June 11-13. As a non-profit seeking to spread awareness of oral cancer and the dangers of starting terrible tobacco habits, the foundation teamed up with bareback […]

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    Baseball and tobacco are a deadly mix

    6. August 2015

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    Source: www.bostonglobe.com Authors: Dr. Howard Koh & Dr. Alan C. Woodward   Unhealthy as it looks: David Ortiz spat out his “chew” after flying out against Tampa Bay in Game 3 of the 2008 ALCS at Fenway Park.   Search the web for the phrase “tobacco and baseball” and you’ll find an association that dates […]

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    Mayor Walsh Wants Ban On Chewing Tobacco At All City Ballparks

    5. August 2015

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    Source: www.wbur.org Author: Philip Marcelo Former Boston Red Sox pitcher and mouth cancer survivor Curt Schilling, pictured here at Fenway Park in 2012, was on hand Wednesday as Mayor Marty Walsh proposed banning smokeless tobacco products from all city professional and amateur athletic venues. (Winslow Townson/AP)   From storied Fenway Park to youth baseball diamonds […]

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    Testimony by otolaryngologists in defense of tobacco companies 2009–2014

    31. July 2015

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    Source: www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com Author: Robert K. Jackler, MD   Abstract Objectives/Hypothesis To examine expert testimony offered by otolaryngologists in defense of the tobacco industry and to assess whether opinions rendered were congruent with evidence in the scientific literature. Methods Data sources include publically available expert witness depositions and trial testimony of board-certified otolaryngologists employed by the […]

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    Mouth rinse could help predict recurrence of HPV-related oropharyngeal cancers

    31. July 2015

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    Source: www.eurekalert.com Author: Barbara Benham of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health In small study, patients with HPV traces post-treatment were more likely to have cancer recurrence; finding could lead to new monitoring protocols. – Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health Oropharyngeal cancer patients who were found to have detectable traces […]

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    HPV Persistence Predicts Poor Prognosis in Head/Neck Cancer

    30. July 2015

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    Source: www.medscape.com Author: Roxanne Nelson, RN, BSN   Among patients with human papillomavirus–positive oropharyngeal cancer (HPV-OPC), persistence of HPV following treatment is associated with a poorer prognosis. Results of a new study show that the persistence of HPV16 DNA, detected in oral rinses after treatment has ended, may be predictive of disease recurrence. In a […]

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    Kissing overtakes smoking as leading risk for head and neck cancers

    30. July 2015

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    Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk Author: Lauren Grounsell for Daily Mail Australia Contracting Human papilloma virus (HPV) infections through kissing is now a larger risk than smoking for developing head or neck cancer. According to Australian head and neck surgeon, Dr Mahiban Thomas, Oral HPV makes head and neck cancer 250 times more likely with 70% of all […]

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    MD Anderson Team wins NIH grant to uncover novel head, neck cancer drug targets

    30. July 2015

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    Source: www.genomeweb.com Author: staff The National Institutes of Health this month awarded MD Anderson Cancer Center researchers a four-year grant to bioinformatically and functionally investigate genomic alterations as novel therapeutic targets for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). In recent years, genomic studies have identified numerous genetic alterations in HNSCC, but such alterations “are […]

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    NYU’s Bluestone Center Receives a $369,250 High Priority, Short Term Project Award from NIDCR to Study Oral Cancer Pain

    29. July 2015

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    Source: www.nyu.edu/news Author: Christopher James   Drs. Yamano and Schmidt have developed a novel non-viral gene delivery method, and the proposed studies are designed to test whether this could be used to treat cancer pain effectively and safely. Up to 90% of cancer patients suffer from pain, with oral cancer ranked consistently as one of […]

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    ASCO urges expansion of cancer research to include more older adults

    22. July 2015

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    Source: www.asco.org Author: staff ASCO  issued landmark recommendations calling for federal agencies and the cancer research community to broaden clinical trials to include older adults. ASCO also called for redefining eligibility for clinical trials. Both calls to action were published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. More than 60 percent of cancers in the United States occur […]

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