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Heavy drinking is not associated with one of the two most common types of gullet (oesophageal) cancer, according to this study.
Heavy drinking is not associated with one of the two most common types of gullet (oesophageal) cancer, suggests research published online in Gut.
When do organs know to stop growing? The answer could be useful in regenerative medicine, and also in cancer- where there â€œstop growingâ€ signals either arenâ€™t issued or arenâ€™t listened to.
Molecular "switch" turns stem cells on or off; could help burn victims and patients with squamous cell carcinoma BOSTON, March 3, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- How do organs "know" when to stop growing? The answer could be useful in regenerative medicine, and also in cancer - where these "stop growing" signals either aren't issued or aren't heeded.
Melatonin is known to have cancer-protective properties, and shift work can induce desynchrony of the circadian system, reducing melatonin production.
Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and if youâ€™ve had one, youâ€™ve sustained skin cell damage.
At the 3rd International Conference on innovative approaches in Head and Neck Oncology (ICHNO), Dr Hanna Rahbek Mortensen and colleagues at hospitals and institutes in Denmark presented results from a large prospective trial, the DAHANCA 6 & 7 study.
The validation of a test, based on gene expression and predicting the tumours that will metastasize in lymph nodes of head & neck cancers.
SEATTLE, Feb. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cell Therapeutics, Inc.
Sharing printed educational materials about the risk of squamous cell carcinoma with kidney transplant recipients appeared to be effective at increasing skin self-examination and encouraging follow-up with a dermatologist to determine risk of cancer.
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