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‘Obesity puts you at greater risk of cancer’

Around 5.24 million people were identified at 16 years or more and followed for an average of 7.5 years.


Men too prone to breast cancer

Though rare, incidents of breast cancer in men are not unheard of – and health experts call for awareness and timely treatment.


Acupuncture boon for breast cancer patients

Acupuncture can bring significant improvements in fatigue, anxiety and depression in as little as eight weeks for early stage breast cancer patients.


High cholesterol can cause cancer

Overactivity of signalling pathway in mature cells is a major driver in the development of cancer.


Scorpion’s venom can help detect cancer

Researchers have found a compound that appears to pinpoint all of the malignant cells in a patient’s body.


Virus that kills cancer and tumour cells

A virus can be used to kill triple-negative breast cancer cells and tumours grown from these cells in mice, finds a new research.


‘Missing link’ in ribosome production holds key for cancer cure

The discovery provides scientists with a better understanding of how to limit uncontrolled cell growth, such as cancer.


Now, a tool to predict financial pain from cancer

Researchers have now developed a tool to measure a patient’s ability to tolerate financial stress that comes with cancer.


Sitting for hours increases risk of certain cancers

Large amounts of time spent sitting can still be detrimental to those who are otherwise physically active.


Mammograms may cut breast cancer deaths by 28%

Experts say the tests can reduce the chances of dying from breast cancer by nearly 30 per cent and that national screening programs should continue.


US man sues doctors after removal of wrong kidney

The man sued his doctors claiming that surgeons mistakenly removed his healthy kidney instead of a cancerous one.

Read more: cancer, kidney, US man

New gene tests may give cancer patients quicker path to treatment

A new way of evaluating tumors may soon help cancer patients identify the underlying genetic link to their disease.


Insured young cancer patients fare better, live longer: Study

Young adults with cancer are far more likely to recover or live longer if they have health insurance, says a new study.


Cancer-causing worm heals wounds: Study

Spit produced by a cancer-causing worm which damages the human liver can be used to treat non-healing wounds, a scientist has claimed.

Read more: cancer, health, wounds

3D printed cancer cells to mimic tumours

The proteins of MMP protein family are used by cancer cells to break through their surrounding matrix and help tumours to spread.


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