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Date:9/17/2007

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  • Discovery of gene with widespread involvement in stimulating tumour growth holds out promise for treating many common cancers
    • Tumour cells circulating in blood can predict which patients are likely to have a recurrence of cancer after chemotherapy treatment
    • Figures on cancer control in Europe show it works; now it is time to extend it to poorer countries
    • Threat to MRI scans from European Directive how it will affect cancer diagnosis and treatment
    • Identification of molecular fingerprint for resistance to commonly used chemotherapy drug can predict response to treatment in breast cancer
    • Breast cancer susceptibility gene predicts outcome and response to treatment in lung cancer
    • Improved treatment for difficult childhood brainstem gliomas
    • First molecular profiling of colon cancer patients accurately predicts survival
    • Quality of life after endometrial cancer treatment can be significantly improved by the use of internal rather than external radiotherapy
    • Survey reveals ignorance and confusion about cancer among the elderly
    • Researchers discover a specific genetic mutation can double or treble a womans risk of ovarian cancer
    • Researchers discover PET is more useful than mammography or ultrasound in detecting a tumours response to chemotherapy and the patients likelihood of survival
    • Can acupuncture reduce radiotherapy-induced nausea" New findings.
    • Study of 70,000 women reveals whether wine, beer or spirits are most likely to trigger the onset of breast cancer, or whether they are all as bad as each other
    • post traumatic stress symptoms in adolescent children of cancer patients do their parents realise"
    • study fuels debate over whether body size and exercise influence ovarian cancer risk
    • Chemotherapy drug delays progression of operab
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