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  1. Mayor Rob Ford says tumour not responding to chemo

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says a cancerous tumour in his abdomen has not shrunk after two rounds of chemotherapy, and he will need another round.Ford tells the Toronto Sun ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

  2. Patients who received post-operative radiation therapy (PORT), radiation therapy after surgery, lived an average of four months longer when compared to the patients who had the same disease site, tumor ... FULL ARTICLE AT News-Medical.net

  1. Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro explains how virotherapy, using genetically engineered viruses to target cancer cells, works, and says it could replace chemotherapy in the future. FULL ARTICLE AT Boston.com

  2. Cancer is an unwanted experiment in progress. As the disease advances, tumor cells accumulate mutations, eventually arriving at ones that give them the insidious power to grow uncontrollably and spread ... FULL ARTICLE AT News-Medical.net

  3. (Your browser doesn't support iframe)Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old whose video about scheduling her own death went viral, has chosen not to die this Saturday. She says that now ... FULL ARTICLE AT Jezebel

  1. Cancer survival rates slip back as too many sufferers diagnosed in A&E; not by GPs

    Alarmingly, survival rates for five of 24 cancers – bladder, thyroid, Hodgkin lymphoma, testicular and mesothelioma – have got worse in the past 12 months FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  2. Girls will now get the shot twice, just a few months apart, in Grade 6. The province is eliminating the booster given in Grade 9. The health critic wonders why ... FULL ARTICLE AT News 1130

  3. With ACA Enrollment Approaching, A Cabinet Member Visits Philly To Talk Up The New Process

    The second round of enrollment in the Affordable Care Act opens in two weeks and the U.S. Heath and Human Services secretary was in Philadelphia today to promote the ... FULL ARTICLE AT CBS Philadelphia

  4. By:  Michael W. Chapman read more FULL ARTICLE AT CNSNews.com

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Malignant Neoplasm is a tumor composed of atypical neoplastic, often pleomorphic cells that invade other tissues. Malignant neoplasms often metastasize to distant anatomic sites and may recur after excision. The most common malignant neoplasms are carcinomas (adenocarcinomas or squamous cell carcinomas), Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphomas, leukemias, melanomas, and sarcomas.... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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