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70% of 3,000 surveyed policemen consume tobacco

Nearly 70% of 3,000 policemen surveyed during 2014 consumed tobacco, showed a survey conducted by the Cancer Patients Aid Association. The NGO also found that 35% of thesepolicemen had started developing precancerous conditions. Times of India, 1 month ago

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Indian Cancer Patients' Association Files PIL to Reduce Production of Tobacco By 2020

The High Court directed the Center and the Karnataka government to take steps to reduce demand and supply of tobacco products. The court also directed both the center and governments to consider a policy for rehabilitation of tobacco growers and workers, ...
 Med India1 month ago

They raise funds for cancer patient with Ramzan food

BENGALURU: Every day, before the sun goes down, Khurrum Sheriff (22) and a bunch of other youngsters flock to the masjid at 3rd Cross, Benson Town. They wait for customers to arrive at their makeshift stall to break their fast. They dish out ...
 Times of India5 days ago

App an aid in cancer battle

Clinicians can use the new Victorian Cancer Trials Australia smartphone app to search for a trial or filter ­options based on hospital or tumour type. Currently the participation rate for clinical trials in Australia is just 7 per cent, which is ...
 NEWS.com.au1 week ago
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NGOs join court battle over bid to cut patient benefits

THE Department of Health plans to change the regulation that ensures that medical aids pay for certain diseases no matter the cost. At the same time‚ a court case over the regulation began in the Western Cape High Court on Thursday. Currently‚ ...
 BDlive2 weeks ago Court battle over medical aid bid to cut patient benefits  Engineering News2 weeks ago Court battle over minimum medical aid benefits postponed  Eye Witness News2 weeks ago
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HIV increases risk for death from common cancers

Patients with cancer who are HIV-infected experienced significantly higher cancer mortality rates compared with patients without HIV, according to study results. Mortality remained higher among patients with HIV regardless of cancer stage or ...
 Orthopedics Today5 days ago Implantable Devices at Risk During During Cancer Radiotherapy (CME/CE)  MedPage Today6 days ago Nationwide Study of Cancer in HIV-Infected Taiwanese Children in 1998-2009  National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project1 week ago Cancer-Specific Mortality Up in HIV-Infected Cancer Patients  Monthly Prescribing Reference2 weeks ago

CURE(R) Magazine Teams Up with the Foundation for Women's Cancer in Advocacy Spotlight Partnership Program

PRWeb CURE(R) Magazine and the Foundation for Women's Cancer have teamed up in CURE's Advocacy Spotlight Partnership program to battle women's cancer through education and shared advocacy on behalf of women suffering from below-the-belt women's ...
 Financial Content1 week ago CURE® Magazine Teams Up with the Foundation for Women's Cancer in Advocacy Spotlight Partnership Program  MySanAntonio1 week ago
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California Caps What Patients Pay For Pricey Drugs. Will Other States Follow?

Expensive specialty medicines used to treat cancer and chronic illnesses have forced some very ill Americans to choose between getting proper treatment and paying their rent. To ease the financial burden, the California agency that governs the ...
 Kaiser Health News1 week ago Calif. Caps What Patients Pay For Pricey Drugs. Will Other States Follow?  MedPage Today1 week ago In a First, California Caps What Patients Pay for Pricey Drugs  Governing1 week ago
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Study: Blood, saliva tests may aid early HNC detection

In this retrospective, proof of principle study, researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the MD Anderson Cancer Center tested 93 patients with newly diagnosed or recurrent HNC saliva samples for certain tumor-promoting DNA related to human ...
 DrBicuspid.com5 days ago

6/30/15 - Ventana receives FDA approval for the first fully automated IHC companion diagnostic to identify lung cancer patients eligible for XALKORI® crizotinib

6/30/15 - Ventana receives FDA approval for the first fully automated IHC companion diagnostic to identify lung cancer patients eligible for XALKORI crizotinib By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.
 Pharmacy Choice6 days ago Ventana receives FDA approval for the first fully automated IHC companion diagnostic to identify lung cancer patients eligible for XALKORI® (crizotinib)  FierceBiotech3 weeks ago
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