Cancer

Are Black Men at Risk for Early Prostate Cancer

Are Black Men at Risk for Early Prostate Cancer

1 hour ago   |   Medindia Health

Black men are disproportionately affected by prostate cancer and more than twice as likely to die from the disease compared to their White counterparts.
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Stop Calling It the 'Good Cancer'

Stop Calling It the 'Good Cancer'

3 hours ago   |   MedPageToday

"You have the good cancer." These are the most common words that spill out of providers' mouths to patients just being diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer. However, this...
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International medical graduates may face bias during fellowship recruitment process

International medical graduates may face bias during fellowship recruitment process

3 hours ago   |   Healio

Non-U.S. citizen international medical graduates likely face considerable bias during the hematology/oncology fellowship recruitment process, according to study results. More...
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Food processing and risk of central nervous system tumours: a preliminary case-control analysis from the MEditerranean DIet in relation to CancEr of brAin Study

9 hours ago   |   Clinical Nutrition

The relationship between diet and central nervous system tumours was almost exclusively focused on food composition. We evaluated the relationship of different degrees of food...
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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 202

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 202

9 hours ago   |   Mark's Daily Apple

Research of the Week Iodine deficiency is still a big problem in the developing world. Hard to develop with inadequate iodine levels. Long COVID-type symptoms more common among...
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Canines may hold the key to treating human cancers

Canines may hold the key to treating human cancers

12 hours ago   |   Natural News

Some four million dogs in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer every year.Given that humans share many genes with dogs, canine cancers often mirror those that afflict humans. A...
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Top oncologist reveals INCREASE in cancer cases among patients injected with COVID-19 shots

Top oncologist reveals INCREASE in cancer cases among patients injected with COVID-19 shots

12 hours ago   |   Natural News

A top oncologist in the United Kingdom recently revealed that cancer cases have “exploded” among patients injected with the Wuhan coronavirus vaccines. Dr. Angus Dalgleish, a...
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AI could make doctors' work simpler, faster, and more precise

18 hours ago   |   News Medical

One in nine women in the developed world will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. The prevalence of breast cancer is increasing, an effect caused in part...
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Adoption of front-of-pack nutrition labeling in the Americas can help reduce poor-nutrition related NCDs

18 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

The adoption of best practice front-of-pack nutrition labeling in more countries of the Americas can help reduce poor-nutrition related non-communicable diseases such as...
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'Something Good' After Tragic Loss: Donating Brain Cancer Tissue

'Something Good' After Tragic Loss: Donating Brain Cancer Tissue

20 hours ago   |   Web MD

Families of children with brain cancer are often unaware of the option of postmortem tissue donation, and many have expressed resentment that they had not been informed.
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John Krasinki's Kids Are Convinced He Works In An Actual Office

John Krasinki's Kids Are Convinced He Works In An Actual Office

Sometimes it's tough for a parent to describe exactly what they do for a living to their children. For John Krasinski , this has been an extra difficult task. Even though he's... Read more ...

Air Pollution Linked to Mental Health Conditions

Air Pollution Linked to Mental Health Conditions

People exposed to higher concentrations of fine particulate matter had a 21 percent increased risk of two or more co-occurring. Read more ...

Are Black Men at Risk for Early Prostate Cancer

Are Black Men at Risk for Early Prostate Cancer

Black men are disproportionately affected by prostate cancer and more than twice as likely to die from the disease compared to their White counterparts. Read more ...

Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease Can be Detected Using a Molecule in Urine

Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease Can be Detected Using a Molecule in Urine

Recent research suggests that biomarkers in urine can help identify the early stages of Alzheimer's disease Read more ...

Diarrhea Common in Omicron Patients Despite Vaccination

Diarrhea Common in Omicron Patients Despite Vaccination

COVID diarrhea is common in people infected with the Omicron strain of the virus. This symptom is prevalent even if the person is fully vaccinated. Read more ...

Do you Know What "Whole Grains" Actually Mean

Do you Know What "Whole Grains" Actually Mean

Competing definitions of what whole grains actually are makes it difficult to evaluate the consumption among Americans Read more ...

World Disability Day 2022 - The Role of Innovative Transformation

World Disability Day 2022 - The Role of Innovative Transformation

World Disability Day is commemorated every year on December 3 to uplift the contributions of people with disabilities globally Read more ...

Thalassemia- A Disability That can be Treated With a Stem Cell Transplant

Thalassemia- A Disability That can be Treated With a Stem Cell Transplant

Thalassemia patients receive support from DKMS-BMST, which has been at the forefront of organizing support for them by assisting in finding compatible donors. Read more ...

Why is There a Measles Outbreak Among Children in India

Why is There a Measles Outbreak Among Children in India

To protect children and stop measles outbreaks, even high coverage with a single dose of the measles vaccine proved to be insufficient. Read more ...

International Day of Persons With Disabilities: Disability Inclusion Through...

International Day of Persons With Disabilities: Disability Inclusion Through Better Employability a Key Need

International Day Of Persons with Disabilities: Corporate HR teams are working on creating programs aimed at ensuring better inclusiveness for the disabled. Read more ...