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Washington University will open second proton center for cancer treatment as others shut down

Proton beam therapy, which has struggled to live up to its promise for treating cancer, is poised for a resurgence in St. Louis. As several other proton centers across the country shut down or file fo... read more

Study: Annual prostate cancer test doesn't save lives

A substantial number of men receive unnecessary treatment because of the annual ... chief of division of urologic surgery at the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington Universi... read more

Reserve stem cells: Differentiated cells reprogram to fuel repair, metaplasia, and neoplasia in the adult gastrointestinal tract

1 Division of Gastroenterology, Departments of Medicine, Pathology & Immunology, and Developmental Biology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63110, USA. 2 Cancer Research ... an... read more

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New Physics Device May Revolutionize Cancer Treatment

Artist's concept of a compact proton ... state-of-the-art cancer treatment method currently available only at a handful of centers, to radiation treatment centers and cancer patients everywhere. Thoma... read more

Disclosing a Diagnosis of Cancer: Considerations Specific to Gynecologic Oncology Patients

Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University ... an art form as the treatment options that come afterward. Discussions should be tailored to the individual and involved fa... read more

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“The Second ... first proton beam therapy facility in the state. “The center will provide a state-of-the-art cancer treatment regimen using targeted radiation that is especially effective on pediatric ... read more

Standard treatment for prostate cancer may encourage spread of disease

Although the finding could eventually lead to changes in this standard treatment for a sometimes deadly disease, the Johns Hopkins researchers caution that their discovery is far too preliminary for p... read more

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So, how much do you really need to save? Well, this article from NPR breaks down some of the facts and figures, so that people have a better plan and idea of how much they need to put aside. One of th... read more


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Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers

The second ... treatment. When Donald Trump and Mike Pence say they’ll defund Planned Parenthood, they’re talking about cutting women like Dayna off from lifesaving care.” Background: Last fall, when ... read more

International Journal of Gynecological Cancer:

Washington University, St Louis, MO; §Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA; and ∥Program in Women’s Oncology, Women & Infants Hospital; and ¶Division of Research, Women & Infants Hospital, Providen... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

That doesn’t mean that I don’t think others are good gift-buyers or that I expect them ... Journal it One of the best ways to make gratitude part of your daily life is to write it down. I strive to do ... read more

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