Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (MA, USA) have conducted the largest genomic analysis of patients with smoldering multiple myeloma –a precursor to multiple myeloma. The results may offer a new insight into the mechanism of multiple myeloma progression.
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A survey of oncologists/fertility specialists suggests that cancer patients in Europe could be missing out on options to preserve fertility due to lack of awareness.
A group of researchers have discovered that even 20 years after a diagnosis, women ER-positive breast cancer still face a substantial risk of cancer returning or spreading. The study could influence decisions about long-term therapy.
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Researchers have demonstrated for the first time, in mice, that carbon nanotubes may pose a similar carcinogenic effect as asbestos.
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Recent research demonstrates that the ratio of abdominal fat to peripheral fat is a significant independent predictor of cancer.
1.9 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer every year by 2020, a group of experts have estimated. The multi-institutional group has focused on factors in early adulthood, which evidence suggests are linked to subsequent cancer risks later in life.
New research looking at racial survival disparities has suggested that aggressive breast cancer subtypes could explain the gap in mortality between black and white breast cancer patients.
A recent study led by researchers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (NH, USA) has demonstrated that aging normal breast tissues exhibit epigenetic changes that may contribute to the known increased risk of breast cancer with age.