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Psoriasis Increases Cancer Risk

...lder who had psoriasis developed an additional 122 lymphomas per 100,000 patients annually.After reviewing records, researchers found all the patients with psoriasis who had lymphoma were treated with medications consistent with psoriasis treatment. While researchers conclude there is an association between ps...

Can Ajinomoto cause cancer?

...taly say their study// shows that aspartame causes lymphomas and leukemia in female laboratory animals "at doses very close to the acceptable daily intake for humans". The authors of the study also say that while rats fed aspartame ate less food, there was no difference in body weight between treated and untre...

Malignant virus in polio vaccine combined to Cancer

...ave had a connection with the dramatic increase in lymphomas since 1970. The new studies examined lymphomas from HIV-positive and -negative patients. Results suggested that both groups had either about the sa...

Artificial Sweetners Not Really Safe?

...ant increase in the incidence of malignant tumors, lymphomas and leukemias in rats exposed to varying doses of ...and females. The authors speculate the increase in lymphomas and leukemias may be related to one of the metabolites in aspartame, namely methanol, which is metab...

MP Calls For Ban On Aspartame

... Doses of the sweetener resulted in leukaemias and lymphomas in female rats, according to the Ramazzini Foundation study. Williams who has the support of leading scientists on the subject has also called for products containing aspartame being withdrawn from the shelves of the country. He also went on to ad...

Cancer Vaccine Could Serve As an Answer to Prevent Most of the Cancer

...t stomach cancer, nasopharyngeal carcinoma and the lymphomas and leukemias associated with infections. Professor Alan Rickinson, from the Cancer Research UK Institute at the University of Birmingham said that it is important to understand the association between infectious agents and human as it will be useful...

Study Links Children Living In Isolated Rural Areas With A Higher Risk Of Cancer

...t they also did mention that certain said cases of lymphomas showed the opposite trend, while some other childhood cancers, like tumors of the nervous system and soft-tissue sarcomas, were not localized or specific for any particular areas or population. The scientists hope that this could probably explain a...

Poor awareness of lymphomas

...ancer .Survey shows that more Australians die from lymphomas than melanoma. Studies point out that more than 4,...e diagnosed with lymphoma this year. Occurrence of lymphomas have doubled over the past two decades show s statistics. Alarmingly the statisticians have gathered...

Novel Test Identifies Leukemia Patients Likely to Respond to New Therapy

... becoming cancerous. As a result, malignant B-cell lymphomas occur. Mutations or chromosomal rearrangements t...dubbed BPI, that showed promise in treating B-cell lymphomas by specifically blocking the cancer-causing effects of the BCL6 protein. But until now, there has be...

Successful Islet Cell Transplant in Mice With Type 1 Diabetes

...proteasome inhibitors are highly effective against lymphomas that do have the ability to produce p53. “Proteasomes resemble paper shredders – they break down proteins such as p53 into smaller pieces,” says senior author Andrei Thomas-Tikhonenko, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology. “A proteosome inhibitor...

A Novel Treatment for KSHV-infected Lymphomas

...y// effusion lymphoma (PEL). PELs are aggressive lymphomas with reported median survival time less than six months after diagnosis. Researchers at the University of Helsinki have discovered that activation of the p53 pathway offers a novel effective treatment modality for KSHV-infected lymphomas. The fin...

Long-term Oral Steroid Therapy Decreases Lymphoma Risk in Rheumatoid Arthritis

...toid arthritis are at increased risk for malignant lymphomas (cancer in the immune system), but long term stero...years, the risk of rheumatoid arthritis-associated lymphomas was significantly reduced (relative risk 0.4; 0.2-0.7), whilst less than two years of steroids yield...

Risk of Lymphoma Increases With Hepatitis C Virus Infection

...CV) are at an increased risk of developing certain lymphomas (cancers of the lymphatic system), according to a ... preceded development of the lymphoma. The risk of lymphomas in HCV-infected patients was charted across more than five years of follow-up. "This is one of the...

Genome Annotation by Mutation

...nes. Many cancers certain sarcomas, leukemias and lymphomas start with translocation. Existing methods result in the desired translocation of two chromosomes in one of every 1 million to 10 million cells cultured, Capecchi says, while the new method produces the desired result in one of every 100 cells. So...

Cancer Cures for Canines

.... The incidence of bone cancers, skin cancers, and lymphomas is increasing in humans and dogs and there are significant similarities between certain types of human and canine cancer such as breast and prostate cancer. Dr Mobasheri says we are all mammals with similar genes and studying the bioenergetics of ...

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