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Transporter Could Help Breast Cancer Cells Commit Suicide

Researchers are trying to open a door for a killer that breast cancer cells shut out. “If we can figure out how to do that, we could have a new therapeutic target for fighting breast cancer,” says Dr. Thangaraju Muthusamy, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology in the...
February 18th, 2009 | News | Read More

American Association for Cancer Research lauds Senator Arlen Specter – EurekAlert (press release)

American Association for Cancer Research lauds Senator Arlen SpecterEurekAlert (press release), DC – 21 hours agoThe AACR's most recent publication and its sixth major journal, Cancer Prevention Research, is dedicated exclusively to cancer prevention, from preclinical … Please...
February 17th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Statins Fail Breast Cancer Prevention Test in Rats – MedPage Today

Statins Fail Breast Cancer Prevention Test in RatsMedPage Today, NJ – Feb 17, 2009… Ronald A. Lubet, Ph.D., of the National Cancer Institute, and colleagues reported in the February issue of Cancer Prevention Research. … Please read the complete article and let us...
February 17th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Cancer-prevention drugs are new company's hope – Arizona Daily Star

Cancer–prevention drugs are new company's hopeArizona Daily Star, AZ – 2 hours agoBy Dan Sullivan After years of being told cancer prevention drugs were too risky and took too long to get approved, one University of Arizona professor knew … Please read the complete...
February 17th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Cancer Prevention and Survival Cooking Course (four classes) – Marconews

Cancer Prevention and Survival Cooking Course (four classes)Marconews, FL – 4 hours agoThe Cancer Project, a national nonprofit dedicated to advancing cancer prevention through education and research, is offering a FREE, four-session cooking … Please read the complete article...
February 16th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

SBU Gets $310454 for Cancer Research – SBIndependent

SBU Gets 0454 for Cancer ResearchSBIndependent, NY – 6 hours agoThe research will be led by Dr. Basil Rigas, professor and Director of Stony Brook's Center for Cancer Prevention Using Wireless Technology. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think below.
February 16th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Vitamin Pills: A False Hope? – New York Times

New York Times Vitamin Pills: A False Hope?New York Times, United States – 12 hours ago“We call them essential nutrients because they are,” said Marian L. Neuhouser, an associate member in cancer prevention at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer … Please read the complete article...
February 16th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Text Messaging Contributes To Improved Attendance For Breast Screening In Tower Hamlets, England

Recent results from a Tower Hamlets PCT text messaging campaign have shown that text messaging contributes to improved attendance for Breast Screening in Tower Hamlets. The iPLATO supported campaigns that ran throughout last summer were implemented alongside a number of tools and techniques to improve...
February 16th, 2009 | News | Read More

Feb. is Cancer Prevention Month – Press of Atlantic City

Marie Claire.co.uk Feb. is Cancer Prevention MonthPress of Atlantic City, NJ – Feb 15, 2009With February being National Cancer Prevention Month, it is the perfect reminder for you to take the most effective steps to addressing your cancer risks: …Kids are overweight, and it's...
February 16th, 2009 | Prevention | Read More

Two Genes Play Crucial Role In Breast Cancer – Blocking Genes Prevent Metastasis

Scientists from Weill Cornell Medical College have discovered the role of two recently identified genes in promoting breast cancer metastasis. They believe their findings are important for patients, who die more often from late-stage cancer that spreads to other organs and tissues, than from their primary...
February 15th, 2009 | News | Read More