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The Union Daily Times, S.C.Some Union County residents who have never had cancer have the opportunity to participate in a study that could help prevent their children and grandchildren from getting the disease. The American Cancer Society is preparing to conduct Cancer Prevention...
Tags: Skin Cancer, Unions, Bladder cancer, Medical Research, Leukemia
The Tribune-Star, Terre Haute, Ind.Joan Brown. Remember that name. Dave Brown does, on every step of a walk that began 60 days ago in Atlantic City, N.J., brought him to a roadside diner near Seelyville on Wednesday morning, and will finish at San Francisco in October. He figures...
When the Supreme Court took up the question Monday of whether genes could be patented, the justices were clearly concerned about preserving innovation in medicine and biotechnology. But the issue presented by Myriad Genetics' patents on the BRCA genes...
The Philadelphia InquirerBetty C. Dorris, 63, of Oreland, a Christian missionary, died Tuesday, April 16, of ovarian cancer at Fox Chase Cancer Center. Mrs. Dorris felt called as a young adult to serve as a missionary, said her husband, the Rev. Roger Dorris, a minister with...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDoris “Doey” Glessner was known for her spunk and style. Her zest for life was contagious, and she shared her life lessons with others by example. Youngest son Neal Glessner of Hagerstown said an appropriate epitaph for his mother would be,...
Most court cases involving patent law are corporate battles, with one company suing another for infringing on its intellectual property rights and, therefore, profits. Big companies fighting over big money can seem painfully irrelevant, especially when so...
Researchers have already uncovered worrying signs that exposure to traffic – and the vehicle emissions that come with it – can increase a child’s risk of developing asthma and autism. Now comes evidence that it may make children more...
There’s a big push to get cancer patients to the right doctor. A new study suggests thousands of women are not getting the care they need, so as we “focus on cancer,” we’re focusing on what that study means for people in our...
Tags: Medical Specialization, Oncology
Certain mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes can increase a woman's chances of developing breast cancer or ovarian cancer dramatically. But that doesn't mean all women should line up for laboratory testing to see if they have those risky versions of the...
Tags: Medical Research, Breast Cancer, Family
NEW YORK (AP) — A huge international effort involving more than 100 institutions and genetic tests on 200,000 people has uncovered dozens of signposts in DNA that can help reveal further a person's risk for breast, ovarian or prostate cancer,...
Carol Anne Wiebel, 56, passed away peacefully Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013, at home. She fought her illness bravely and with determination for 10 1/2 years. Carol was most proud of her family and raising her two boys. Everyone who met Carol was impacted by...
In life, you never know what the next moment might bring. One moment you're a 14-year-old boogie-boarding at Daytona Beach and tubing on Lake Ivanhoe, and the next you're staring at an X-ray of a grapefruit-sized bomb in your youthful chest. That...
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