New Research Initiative Launches For All Patients Ever Diagnosed With Colorectal Cancer

New research initiative launches for all patients ever diagnosed with colorectal cancer

Count Me In, a nonprofit cancer research initiative, is inviting all patients across the United States and Canada who have ever been diagnosed with colorectal cancer to participate in research and ... read more

Colorectal Cancer Project launches to improve understanding of the disease and accelerate research

Count Me In, a nonprofit cancer research initiative, is inviting all patients across the United States and Canada who have ever been diagnosed with colorectal cancer to participate in research and ... read more

Stand Up To Cancer And Hip Hop Public Health Launch Colorectal Cancer Screening Education Initiative

Stand Up To Cancer® and Hip Hop Public Health, an organization dedicated to building health equity through the transformative power of ... read more

New research project invites all US cancer patients to participate

Count Me In, a research initiative that allows cancer patients to share data directly with researchers, launched the Colorectal Cancer Project Sept. 14. The new project aims to accelerate the pace of ... read more

Antibiotics may raise colon cancer risk, massive study suggests

Taking antibiotic drugs may raise the risk of developing colon cancer five to 10 years down the line, according to a new study of more than 40,000 cancer cases in Sweden. Past studies hinted that ... read more

NHS to launch new potentially ‘revolutionary’ cancer blood test trial

A new blood test reportedly able to detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear is set to begin a major tria ... read more

New SmartAssist Interactive and Real-Time Checklist for Dental Practices

Planet DDS is excited to unveil the new SmartAssist feature within Denticon, its flagship practice management solution for dental practices. SmartAssist is an interactive and real-time checklist that ... read more

NHS launches world first trial for new cancer test

The NHS will today launch the world’s largest trial of a revolutionary new blood test that can detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear. The first people to take part will have blood ... read more

Exeter part of world’s first trial for new cancer test

The University of Exeter is part of a collaboration working with the NHS on the world’s largest trial of a revolutionary new blood test that can detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms ... read more

Will new DNA blood test revolutionise cancer diagnosis?

Specialist district nurse practitioner Temi Adeloye, 53, lives in Peckham, South London. Her mother passed away in 2009 aged 66 from pancreatic cancer, which has no visible signs in the early stages. read more

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