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Immunotherapy

June 21, 2016

Research shines light on cancer photo therapy

Researchers at the National Cancer Institute have announced a breakthrough that may take light-based cancer therapy to the next level.

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Talcum

June 16, 2016

Does talcum powder cause ovarian cancer?

The science is hardly decided on whether the regular use of talcum powder causes ovarian cancer. But two juries recently awarded a total of $127 million in cases involving women who said they got ovarian cancer from using talcum powder.

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Immunotherapy

May 31, 2016

Immunotherapy takes cancer treatment into a new era

Immunotherapy is decades old, but in recent years, a series of new drugs and treatments has some calling the treatment the dawn of a new era in cancer care.

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Immunotherapy

May 19, 2015

Immunotherapy represents progress in cancer treatment

Immunotherapy has been called one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of recent years. Immunotherapy drugs work by either stimulating specific parts of the immune system or by counteracting cancer cells signals that prevent immune response.

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Surgery

March 25, 2015

Angelina Jolie discusses surgery to avoid ovarian cancer

Angelina Jolie writes of her decision to have surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes as a way to prevent cancer. Jolie's mother died after battling ovarian cancer and Jolie herself has a mutated BRCA gene associated with increased risk for the disease. Read more about Jolie's decision in the Cancer Center 360.

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Cell phone

January 8, 2015

Do cell phones cause cancer?

A recent Swedish study found that long-term cell phone use may increase a person’s risk of glioma, adding to a growing body of research intended to resolve the issue of whether cell phones can lead to brain cancer. Read more in the Cancer Center 360 blog.

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