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Cancer patients more likely to die from stroke than general public

Cancer patients more likely to die from stroke than general public

Nationwide survey highlights patients’ perspectives about cancer treatment experiences

Nationwide survey highlights patients’ perspectives about cancer treatment experiences

Circular DNA found in cancer cells supports their survival and resistance

Circular DNA found in cancer cells supports their survival and resistance

Mayo Clinic, Hitachi to build North America's first carbon ion treatment facility

Mayo Clinic, Hitachi to build North America's first carbon ion treatment facility

New technology may offer alternative means of profiling tissues

New technology may offer alternative means of profiling tissues

Rutgers Cancer Institute researchers awarded $2.3 million in American Cancer Society grants

Rutgers Cancer Institute researchers awarded $2.3 million in American Cancer Society grants

Researchers identify new mechanism to resist fungal infection in cells

Researchers identify new mechanism to resist fungal infection in cells

Researchers identify “mutational footprint” caused by chemotherapy that leads to side effects

Researchers identify “mutational footprint” caused by chemotherapy that leads to side effects

New IASLC policy statement discourages the use of e-cigarettes by non-smokers

New IASLC policy statement discourages the use of e-cigarettes by non-smokers

Cardiac resynchronization therapy improves heart function in cancer survivors

Cardiac resynchronization therapy improves heart function in cancer survivors

New clinical trial aims to reduce malnutrition among patients with lung cancer

New clinical trial aims to reduce malnutrition among patients with lung cancer

Young male cancer survivors may benefit from testosterone replacement therapy

Young male cancer survivors may benefit from testosterone replacement therapy

Anthrax may soon help more people fight against bladder cancer

Anthrax may soon help more people fight against bladder cancer

The arts play an important role in improving well-being, according to a WHO report

The arts play an important role in improving well-being, according to a WHO report

Women from ethnic minority backgrounds face more barriers to seeking medical help

Women from ethnic minority backgrounds face more barriers to seeking medical help

Rutgers researcher receives $600,000 grant to study chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Rutgers researcher receives $600,000 grant to study chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Affordable Care Act improves insurance coverage for people with HIV, cancer

Affordable Care Act improves insurance coverage for people with HIV, cancer

Mirada Medical announces series of installations of world’s first AI software for cancer treatment

Mirada Medical announces series of installations of world’s first AI software for cancer treatment

Investigators use the power of computation to build better targeted drug therapy

Investigators use the power of computation to build better targeted drug therapy

Hitachi and CLB in Lyon-France announce research collaboration to fight against cancer with AI

Hitachi and CLB in Lyon-France announce research collaboration to fight against cancer with AI