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Toby Nye: Leeds United raise 200k for cancer treatment - BBC News



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Toby Nye: Leeds United raise 200k for cancer treatment 
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A football club has raised the 200,000 needed to fund a five-year-old boy's cancer treatment. Toby Nye has high-risk neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer, which spreads rapidly across the body. Leeds United announced in October it would raise the ...
Soccer-Leeds unite to fund 5-year-old fan's cancer treatment Reuters
Leeds raise 200000 for five-year-old fan Toby Nye's cancer treatment in heartwarming gesture Daily Mail

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Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy finishes cancer treatment - ESPN



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Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy finishes cancer treatment 
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Remy, 65, was initially diagnosed with lung cancer in 2008. He suffered a relapse in 2013 and again last year before spring training. He was treated in time to begin his 30th season in the broadcast booth on Opening Day. A longtime smoker, Remy spoke ...
Jerry Remy shared an update on his cancer treatment - Boston.com Boston.com
Jerry Remy Finishes Latest Round Of Lung Cancer Treatment ... CBS Boston / WBZ
Red Sox Commentator Jerry Remy Finishes Last Round of Lung Cancer Treatment NECN

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Avera Leads International Lung Cancer Treatment Trial - SDPB Radio



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Avera Leads International Lung Cancer Treatment Trial 
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The Avera Cancer Institute in Sioux Falls is partnering with an international research organization for a ground-breaking study of lung cancer treatment. Members of the team believe this study could help eradicate metastatic cancer by 2025. Dr ...

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Does Cancer Treatment Alter Your Sense of Taste? - Asbestos.com (blog)



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Does Cancer Treatment Alter Your Sense of Taste? 
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Patients may lose their appetites and rarely feel hungry. Others struggle with oral lesions that make eating painful and undesirable. Collectively, these eating problems lead to weight loss. It is essential for patients and caregivers to discuss eating ...

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Survival After Breast Cancer 'Unaffected by BRCA Status' - Medscape



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Survival After Breast Cancer 'Unaffected by BRCA Status' 
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Young women diagnosed with primary breast cancer who have a BRCA mutation are as likely to survive the primary cancer as women without such mutations, concludes a new study from the United Kingdom. The findings should be reassuring to women ...
Testing all women aged over 30 for 'Jolie gene' could prevent 80000 breast and ovarian cancer cases Daily Mail
The global burden of cancer in young adults Open Access Government

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New cancer treatment facility to open in East Harlem - Amsterdam News



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New cancer treatment facility to open in East Harlem 
Amsterdam News
Currently under construction, the New York Proton Center will serve close to 1,500 patients annually using targeted radiation and bean therapy to combat pediatric, head and neck and eye cancers. NYPC would be the 26th proton beam therapy facility in ...

 


Merck's Keytruda shows treatment effect in mid-stage liver cancer study - Seeking Alpha



Merck's Keytruda shows treatment effect in mid-stage liver cancer study 
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Results from a Phase 2 clinical trial, KEYNOTE-224, assessing Merck's (NYSE:MRK) PD-1 inhibitor KEYTRUDA (pembrolizumab) in patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma who were previously treated with Bayer's NEXAVAR (sorafenib) showed a treatment ...

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Health care provider incorporates 3D printing into cancer treatment - Wichita Business Journal



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Health care provider incorporates 3D printing into cancer treatment 
Wichita Business Journal
Richards says one patient is using the treatment method at Susan B. Allen, with another starting next week. The hospital had its 3D printer installed in October and started incorporating it into treatment about two weeks ago. The plan, she says, is for ...

 


US Doctors Plan to Treat Cancer Patients Using CRISPR - MIT Technology Review



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US Doctors Plan to Treat Cancer Patients Using CRISPR 
MIT Technology Review
The first human test in the U.S. involving the gene-editing tool CRISPR could begin at any time and will employ the DNA cutting technique in a bid to battle deadly cancers. Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania say they will use CRISPR to modify ...

 


Proton therapy the latest weapon against cancer in South Florida - South Florida Business Journal



Proton therapy the latest weapon against cancer in South Florida 
South Florida Business Journal
The medical arms race against cancer has a new weapon in South Florida, with a mega investment by two health systems. Baptist Health South Florida's Miami Cancer Institute has launched its proton therapy treatment after a $120 million buildout. Another ...

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