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The eyes of flies reveal abnormal properties of cancer protein
Mutations in the human retinoblastoma protein gene are a leading cause of eye cancer.
Researchers shed light on how breast implants may cause rare lymphoma
Although uncommon, researchers have found that some women who have breast implants develop a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. A new study provides clues as to why this is.
Neck surgery unnecessary for many throat cancer patients
Study shows that among those whose cancer was triggered by a virus, any lingering bumps after chemotherapy and radiation tend to be benign.
For recurrent head and neck cancers a combination of targeted radiation and d...
Patients with a recurrence of head and neck cancer who have previously received radiation treatment can be treated more quickly, safely and with fewer side effects with high doses of targeted...
Exercise can enhance tumor-shrinking effects of chemotherapy
A study finds that chemotherapy shrank melanoma tumors more in mice that exercised during their treatment compared to mice that did not exercise.
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