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Tehran 02 January_A computer program can identify breast cancer from routine scans with greater accuracy than human experts, researchers say in what they hope could prove a breakthrough in the fight against the global killer.
News ID: 44712    Publish Date : 2020/01/02


TEHRAN, Nov 7_An infectious cancer has spread from mussels living along the coast of British Columbia to related mussel species in Europe and South America.
News ID: 44176    Publish Date : 2019/11/07


TEHRAN, oct 11_Early treatment with an immune-boosting therapy might improve the outlook of young children with an advanced form of cancer , a new small study suggests.
News ID: 43911    Publish Date : 2019/10/11


TEHRAN, August 18 -Researchers found that just 22 percent of study participants were black and 44 percent were Hispanic in an analysis of studies conducted between 2008 and 2018.
News ID: 43176    Publish Date : 2019/08/18


TEHRAN, August 17 -The patient cancer s in Iran are losing their lives as a result of US economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic, an Iranian pharmacology professor says.
News ID: 43113    Publish Date : 2019/08/17


TEHRAN, August 15 -Since the turn of the century, American obesity rates have skyrocketed. And now a new study indicates that as the nation's waistlines expand, cancer s long linked to obesity are striking the middle-aged more than ever before.
News ID: 43068    Publish Date : 2019/08/15


TEHRAN, August 15 -New therapies are showing real promise in fighting the type of brain cancer that claimed the lives of Sens. John McCain and Ted Kennedy, a pair of new clinical trials shows.
News ID: 43067    Publish Date : 2019/08/15


TEHRAN, August 14 - Taking aspirin may raise the risk of death in some women with breast cancer , a study says.
News ID: 43039    Publish Date : 2019/08/14


TEHRAN, August 11 -If a close relative has had blood cancer , you're more likely to get it, a large new study reports.
News ID: 42906    Publish Date : 2019/08/11


TEHRAN, August 8-Skipping that grilled T-bone and having chicken instead could reduce a woman's risk of breast cancer , a new study suggests.
News ID: 42831    Publish Date : 2019/08/08


TEHRAN, August 7 -There's nothing to be gained by screening for pancreatic cancer in people with no signs or symptoms of the lethal tumor, according to an influential U.S. panel of experts.
News ID: 42810    Publish Date : 2019/08/07


TEHRAN, August 6 -Many men with prostate cancer rely on common testosterone-blocking drugs as a part of their treatment. But those so-called antiandrogens also might put them at risk for a deadly heart condition, according to new research.
News ID: 42776    Publish Date : 2019/08/06


TEHRAN, Aug 03 - Cancer treatments are less effective for patients with HIV compared to those without the virus, a new study says.
News ID: 42693    Publish Date : 2019/08/03


TEHRAN, Aug 03 - In a study with mice, researchers found that lowering insulin levels appears to prevent the start of pancreatic cancer , suggesting a new method of treatment for humans.
News ID: 42689    Publish Date : 2019/08/03


TEHRAN, Jul 28 -Allergan's textured breast implants will be recalled due to their link to a rare cancer , the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday.
News ID: 42472    Publish Date : 2019/07/28


TEHRAN, Jul 18 -When a hurricane strikes, as tropical storm Barry did this weekend in Louisiana, most people worry about the immediate health dangers such a storm poses.
News ID: 42104    Publish Date : 2019/07/18


TEHRAN, Jul 10 - Researchers say that light therapy is an effective treatment for oral ulcers resulting from radiation therapy for head and neck cancer or stem cell transplants.
News ID: 41819    Publish Date : 2019/07/10


TEHRAN, Jul 9 - Soon after a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer , drugs that lower levels of testosterone are often offered as treatment, since testosterone fuels the cancer 's growth.
News ID: 41769    Publish Date : 2019/07/09


TEHRAN, Jul 9 - New research showed the oncolytic virus coxsackievirus, or CVA21, wiped out all cancer in a patient with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer in a recent study in England.
News ID: 41768    Publish Date : 2019/07/09


TEHRAN, Jun 24 -Postmenopausal women who survive breast cancer may have a higher risk for developing heart disease, a new study says.
News ID: 41074    Publish Date : 2019/06/24