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HCMV infection may help promote intestinal cancer

HCMV infection may help promote intestinal cancer

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation announces research grants totaling $1.54 million

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation announces research grants totaling $1.54 million

Phrma's Tauzin quits amid talk that White House deal caused tension within organization

Phrma's Tauzin quits amid talk that White House deal caused tension within organization

Potential genetic cause of congenital defect colonic atresia

Potential genetic cause of congenital defect colonic atresia

Intestinal cancer in spite of screening

Intestinal cancer in spite of screening

Intestinal cancer in spite of screening

Intestinal cancer in spite of screening

Stem cells may 'ignite' bowel cancer development

Stem cells may 'ignite' bowel cancer development

Scientists find a trigger to aggressive bowel cancer

Scientists find a trigger to aggressive bowel cancer

Natural substance Argyrin shows promise for new cancer therapies

Natural substance Argyrin shows promise for new cancer therapies

Nanotechnology advances brain cancer detection and therapy

Nanotechnology advances brain cancer detection and therapy

Colon cancer may benefit from hormone replacement therapy

Colon cancer may benefit from hormone replacement therapy

A Trojan horse for gliomas

A Trojan horse for gliomas

Stem cell 'fusion' occurs in tumors

Stem cell 'fusion' occurs in tumors

Nasogastric tube after abdominal surgery slows recovery

Nasogastric tube after abdominal surgery slows recovery

Study links meat consumption to colon cancer

Study links meat consumption to colon cancer

Vitamin supplements not effective in protecting against gastro-intestinal cancer

Vitamin supplements not effective in protecting against gastro-intestinal cancer

Twice daily Imatinib could improve outcome for people with specific form of gastro-intestinal cancer

Twice daily Imatinib could improve outcome for people with specific form of gastro-intestinal cancer

Scientists have genetically engineered a mouse with extraordinary resistance to bowel cancer

Scientists have genetically engineered a mouse with extraordinary resistance to bowel cancer