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Can cancer be stopped?: One of the world’s most decorated doctors on the remarkable progress made and the daunting road ahead

In addition, the genetic information is teaching us about the causes of cancers and is useful in thinking about prevention ... significantly increased risks of cancer. We can also reduce cancer deaths ... read more

Zambia: Save Women From Cervical Cancer - Bush

FORMER United States (US) president, George Bush says women need to be saved from the swelling cases of cervical cancer which are contributing to increased deaths among the womenfolk ... The centre wo... read more

Squaring up to difficult truths: how to reduce the population

Successful individuals now need, in a way that did not apply even two generations ago, a wide general knowledge of how ... literally growing like a cancer, and what new nasties may thereby arise that ... read more

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Cancer is just as deadly as it was 50 years ago. Here's why that's about to change.

And yet, our loved ones keep dying of cancer. We spoke to cancer experts to find out why the death rate ... never allowed us to get so much information to address our inadequacy." And now, the challen... read more


Foodborne illness may be on the rise. Here’s why:

Foodborne illness hits one in six Americans every year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says ... coli, causes bloody diarrhea and sometimes kidney failure or even death. Still, reduc... read more

The Top 10 Science Stories of 2017

Orbiting around a cool, dim star 39 light-years from us in the Trappist-1 system ... a heart condition that can lead to sudden death in young people. While this was a stunning medical success, the CRI... read more

How Seven Sci-Fi Technologies Are Shaping Our Future

It could also be used to reduce genetic predispositions toward some of the most common conditions that afflict humans and ultimately end their lives, like heart disease and cancer. The benefits would ... read more

Beyond the Drug War: Drug Policy, Social Interventions, and the Future

Prevention programs largely focus on trying to reduce individual risk factors, particularly on providing individuals with knowledge ... to cancer), and social change (stigmatization) came together to ... read more

Fate Therapeutics' (FATE) CEO Scott Wolchko on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Good afternoon and thanks everyone for joining us for the Fate ... increased risk of cancer relapse and mortality. These initial clinical data suggest that ProTmune can provide the critical immunologi... read more

Startup Watchlist: 11 Indian Healthtech Startups To Watch Out For In 2018

India is said to be the largest contributor of cancer-related deaths in the world with around ... The focus is on using knowledge and digital connectivity to reduce cost and make the availability of h... read more

Q&A with Harvard President Drew Faust

The results of the sexual-conduct survey that was administered last spring will give us some data that will enable the [Harvard] Task Force [on the Prevention of Sexual ... of increased self-knowledge ... read more

Why foodborne illness may be on the rise

Foodborne illness hits one in six Americans every year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says ... coli, causes bloody diarrhea and sometimes kidney failure or even death. Still, reduc... read more



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