Nivolumab-based therapy effectively treats mucosal melanoma

Nivolumab-based therapy effectively treats mucosal melanoma

The combination of nivolumab and ipilimumab appeared safe and effective in patients with mucosal melanoma, according to a pooled analysis.

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Biomarker Identified To Treat Gastric Cancer: Study

Biomarker Identified To Treat Gastric Cancer: Study

Around 700,000 people worldwide die due to gastric cancer. Gastric cancer stands second to lung cancer and a potential protein biomarker to treat the disease has been identified.

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Study shows fasting kills cancer cells of common childhood leukemia

Study shows fasting kills cancer cells of common childhood leukemia

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have found that intermittent fasting inhibits the development and progression of the most common type of childhood leukemia.

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Mystery molecule is a key to inhibiting colon cancer

Mystery molecule is a key to inhibiting colon cancer

Immunologists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered that a protein called NLRC3 plays a central role in inhibiting colon cells from becoming cancerous.

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Symptomatic venous thrombotic events complicate outcomes in pediatric oncology patients

Symptomatic venous thrombotic events complicate outcomes in pediatric oncology patients

SAN DIEGO — Children with cancer had worse outcomes if they had symptomatic venous thrombotic events, according to results of a population-based study conducted in the Maritimes, Canada presented at the ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition.

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Cancer drugs may remain approved despite lack of benefit

Cancer drugs may remain approved despite lack of benefit

In the United States, cancer drugs are sometimes approved through sped-up processes - and they often stay approved even if later studies show them to be inferior to other options or even worse than doing nothing, a new study found.

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Honey – The secret natural cure for oral cancer wounds!

Honey – The secret natural cure for oral cancer wounds!

New Delhi: Since ancient times, honey has been considered as one of the healthiest foods on the planet due to its antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal properties.

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Researchers develop new compound to reduce tumor growth

Researchers develop new compound to reduce tumor growth

A baseball glove is typically made from leather. If a new design made gloves more attractive to baseballs—catching them at higher rates than the typical glove—would it be a game changer?

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Black Raspberries May Inhibit Oral Cancer

Black Raspberries May Inhibit Oral Cancer

Black raspberries are rich in fiber, vitamins, and phytochemicals. And in a recent study at Ohio State University, they also inhibited the development of oral cancer in rats.

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Silencing SIRT2, a sirtuin enzyme, reduces malignancy in deadly breast cancer subtype

Silencing SIRT2, a sirtuin enzyme, reduces malignancy in deadly breast cancer subtype

BOSTON (October 31, 2016)--Silencing SIRT2, a member of the sirtuin family of enzymes, reduces the invasiveness of basal-like breast cancer cells in culture and inhibits tumor growth in mice,

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