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Breath Temperature Can Effectively Diagnose Lung Cancer, Study

Sep 10, 2014 AM EDT Italian researchers have discovered a novel indicator of lung cancer.

Moles Increase Melanoma Risk, Study

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT Moles increase the risk of developing melanoma, the most deadliest type of skin cancer, by four times, according to a study by the University of Melbourne, University of Oxford, and the Epworth ...

Pilots and Cabin Crews Twice More Likely To Suffer From Melanoma, Study

Sep 04, 2014 AM EDT Pilots and cabin crews face twice the risk of suffering from the type of skin cancer known as melanoma, according to a new study by University of California, San Diego.

Tomatoes Effective in Lowering Prostate Cancer Risk in Men, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT Men who consume over 10 portions of tomatoes per week have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a University of Bristol study.

Surgery Offers Better Survival Rates among Patients with Laryngeal Cancer, Study

Aug 25, 2014 AM EDT Patients suffering from advanced laryngeal cancer have higher survival rates following surgery than nonsurgical chemoradiation, according to an Ichan School of Medicine study.

Physical Activity Lowers Breast Cancer Risk among African-American Women, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Regular physical activity lowers the risk of developing breast cancer among African-American women, according to a new study by researchers at the Boston University Medical Center.

Manchester Researchers Develop Effective Procedure to Diagnose Lung Cancer in Older Patients

Aug 05, 2014 AM EDT The University of Manchester researchers have found a safe and effective procedure to diagnose lung cancer in older patients.

Exeter Researcher Develops Device to Detect Fatal Lung Disease

Jul 29, 2014 AM EDT Professor Chris Thornton, a University of Exeter researcher, has developed an inexpensive and accurate device for diagnosing a deadly lung disease that frequently attacks immune deficient individuals ...

Total Darkness at Night Essential to Breast Cancer Therapy, Study

Jul 28, 2014 AM EDT Night light exposure makes breast cancer patients resistant to tamoxifen drug, according to a new study by the Tulane University School of Medicine. The researchers said that light at night stops the ...

Hysterectomy Risks Spread Of Undetected Uterine Cancers, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT Hysterectomy procedure risks the spreading of undetected uterine cancers, according to a new study by the Columbia University Medical Center.

Cat Poop Parasite Effective Against Cancer Tumors, Study

Jul 19, 2014 AM EDT A cat poop parasite has been found to be effective against cancer tumors, according to a study by the Dartmouth University's Geisel School of Medicine.

Prostate Cancer More Common and Aggressive in Young Men, Study

Jul 16, 2014 AM EDT Prostate cancer has been found to be more frequent and aggressive in young men, according to a new study by the University of Michigan.

Physical fitness Averts Adverse Health Effects of Sedentary Behaviour, Study

Jul 15, 2014 AM EDT Physical fitness helps avert adverse health effects of sedentary behavior, according to a study conducted by researchers at the American Cancer Society, The Cooper Institute and the University of ...

Fear of Developing Skin Cancer Induces People to Use Sunscreen Lotions More Often, Study

Jul 03, 2014 AM EDT Fear of developing skin cancer drives people to use sunscreen lotions frequently, according to a new study by the University at Buffalo.

Physical Inactivity Increases Risk of developing Colon and Lung Cancer, Study

Jun 17, 2014 AM EDT Sedentary behaviour increases the risk of developing certain types of cancer, according to a new study by the University of Regensburg in Germany.

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