Battling And Beating Cancer – Leukemia and Leukemia Research With Dr Le Beau



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September is the month to fight childhood cancer



September is an important month in our battle against cancer. Several cancer awareness campaigns are observed this month. Childhood Cancer Month September is also a month dedicated to increase … [Read more...]


Grape seed extracts may treat leukemia



Blood cancers like leukemia, myeloma and lymphoma caused about 54,000 deaths in 2006 alone, making these cancers the fourth leading deadly cancer in the US. The search for cure for these cancers has … [Read more...]


Child Leukemia – Generalities, Symptoms and Treatment



By Groshan Fabiola Leukemia interferes with the body's production of white blood cells. These cells are supposed to fight infections with viruses or bacteria, and when someone has leukemia, they are … [Read more...]


New test predicts blood cancer’s sensitivity to experimental cancer drug



A test developed by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists is the first to identify which malignant blood cells are highly vulnerable to a promising type of experimental drugs that unleash pent-up … [Read more...]


Leukemia



By Steve John Cowan All of the different “types” of cancer can be deadly, that’s a given. Even though survival rates tend to be much higher nowadays than they were perhaps twenty years ago, the fact … [Read more...]


The Pluck Factor



By Carolina Fernandez Plucky (pluk’e) adj. Brave and spirited; courageous. Have you ever noticed how few people possess radiating energy? How eyes lack sparkle and how few real smiles there are out … [Read more...]


Report: Cancer rates high for WTC workers



NEW YORK, NY, United States (UPI) -- Nearly 300 rescue and recovery workers from the World Trade Center site have been diagnosed with cancer since Sept. 11, 2001, the New York Post … [Read more...]


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