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Gracy Singh, Pankaj Dheer and Kartik Tiwari walk the ramp for Cancer Patients Aid Association in Jaipur
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Gracy Singh, Pankaj Dheer and Kartik Tiwari walk the ramp for ...

Jaipur recently saw Bollywood celebrities on the ramp, though this was not a regular fashion show, but one that aimed to raise funds for cancer patients. Times of India, 2 weeks ago

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Vivek Oberoi cleans Juhu Beach for 'Swachh Bharat Campaign'in Mumbai

Cancer Patient Aid Association (CPAA) as part of the 'Swachh Bharat Campaign'. The 38-year-old actor came out to clean the beach as has been very open about his support to PM Narendra Modi and his endeavor's. Speaking on the occasion, Oberoi spoke about the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Vivek Oberoi picks broom to clean Juhu Beach for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan  Jagran Post1 month ago
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John Abraham wants to open facility for ailing underprivileged children

John's mother has been associated with charity work for a long time, especially in aid of cancer patients. Actor-producer John Abraham says he wants to fulfil his mother's desire and build a facility for the treatment of underprivileged children ...
 Indian Express3 days ago John wants to open facility for ailing underprivileged children  Prokerala3 days ago
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City of Hope Studies Offer Promising Data, Even Potential New Approaches To Hematologic Cancers 12/8/2014

DUARTE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A new standard of care for HIV-associated lymphoma, promising news for patients with relapsing or treatment-resistant lymphoma, and immunotherapy approaches to treating hematologic cancers are among the breakthroughs ...
 ClinicSpace1 week ago City of Hope research advances treatment of hematologic cancers  City of Hope1 week ago City of Hope : Studies Offer Promising Data, Even Potential New Approaches to Hematologic Cancers  4 Traders1 week ago
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Not sexy, not just smoker's disease lung cancer rebranded a woman's disease

For too long, lung cancer has been the Cindarella of medical research, mired in myth,stigma and therapeutic nihilism doctors soconvinced they can't help patients, they don't bother to prescribe treatment, and instead, just tell them to prepare to ...
 BizNews.com3 days ago Lung Cancer Patients Say Don't Blame Us, Fund Us  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Smoker's Disease No More, Lung Cancer Gets New Therapies  Bloomberg1 week ago No Longer Just a Smoker's Disease, Lung Cancer Gets Treatments  GARP1 week ago
MedIndia

MGH-Developed Laser Treatment for Vocal-Cord Cancer Successful

A pioneering endoscopic laser treatment for early vocal-cord cancer has been developed at Massachusettes General Hospital. This method was previously shown to provide optimal voice outcomes and the first long-term study finds that it is as ...
 MedIndia1 week ago Long-term results confirm success of MGH-developed laser treatment for vocal-cord cancer  Noodls1 week ago
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Ecancer Medicalscience

Stem cell transplants OK for HIV-linked lymphoma patients, study finds

Patients with HIV-associated lymphoma may soon have increased access to the current standard of care for some non-HIV infected patients autologous stem cell transplants. City of Hope's Joseph Alvarnas, M.D., shares results from a City of Hope ...
 City of Hope1 week ago HIV No Bar to Transplant for Lymphoma  MedPage Today1 week ago ASH 2014: Stem cell transplantation safe for patients with HIV-associated lymphoma  Ecancer Medicalscience1 week ago 12/4/2014 - Patients with HIV-associated lymphoma should no longer be excluded from stem cell transplants  Noodls1 week ago
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JDWNRH to introduce palliative care unit

For specialised treatment of patients of illnesses like cancer ABAH: To improve the quality of life for those suffering from serious or life-threatening diseases, the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) is planning to ...
 Kuensel Online1 week ago

The ENT and Allergy Associates(R) and Montefiore Medical Center Affiliation Continues to Increase its Patient Benefits

ENT and Allergy Associates (ENTA), the leading ear, nose, throat, allergy and audiology practice in the nation, today announced that it has integrated its NextGen Electronic Medical Records system with Montefiore Medical Center's to create a single ...
 EMoneyDaily1 week ago The ENT and Allergy Associates┬« and Montefiore Medical Center Affiliation Continues to Increase its Patient Benefits  Red Orbit1 week ago
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The AIDS Reader

Statins Lower Cancer Risk in HIV-1 Infected Patients Taking ART

Statins use appears to lower the risk of cancer among HIV-1 treated patients: the benefit is mainly related to AIDS-defining malignancies, according to the first large, long-term study of patients with different degrees of HIV disease. Our study ...
 The AIDS Reader2 weeks ago Cancer Likely to Increase As People With HIV Live Longer  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
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