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You'd think there could be no downside to widespread screening for cancer. But that's not always the case. Studies on Pap smears, for example, show that atypical cells can disappear if they're left alone, while interventions can cause scarring and...
A single sigmoidoscopy between ages 55 and 64 can reduce deaths from colorectal cancer by at least 43%, British researchers reported Tuesday. The results from the first large randomized trial of sigmoidoscopy show that it is a more effective tool than...
Tags: United Kingdom, Breast Cancer, Death, Health, Cancer
Daily American Staff WriterNick Lorson is still optimistic despite almost three years of cancer treatment. "You have to stay upbeat," he said in a telephone interview. "I do so mainly by staying active in the community. I'm doing well but still catching up from the past three...
Cancer crashed into Brian Thomas' life through his stomach. For a healthy guy, often described as the Hulk, this was unexpected. Thomas, 34, is a runner, a surfer, an ex-bouncer and a weight trainer. Now he's a science teacher and a track coach. Last...
Early detection of cancer is the best chance of cure, right? Maybe not. A growing body of counterintuitive evidence suggests that some cancer-screening tests — including those for breast, prostate, colon, lung and cervical cancer — may be...
ReutersFRANKFURT, June 1 (Reuters) - Merck KGaA's cancer drug Erbitux was shown to be more effective at prolonging the lives of bowel cancer patients than Roche's Avastin, Merck said. In a drug trial, the two drugs were each given in combination with Folfiri...
Lucky Charles Ramsey! Ramsey is the Ohio man who helped free the three women and child held captive for a decade in Cleveland. Fifteen generous restaurants are offering him a free hamburger, whenever he wants, for the rest of his life. Fortunately for...
Tags: Diabetes, Heart Disease
Cardiologist and director, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, Women's Heart Wellness CenterAs a female who gets paid to “know about hearts,” herein lies an opportunity to share some information about heart conditions and heart health for women. Foremost, heart disease in women is all too common yet too few women know that...
A versatile journalist, Tim West spent his entire career covering Naperville for the Naperville Sun. Mr. West covered local government bodies, took photos, wrote columns and immersed himself in the life of his community. "Tim cared deeply about...
Albert Hall, a professional opera singer and choirmaster who began his singing career during his student days at City College, died May 13 from colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Towson resident was 89. The son of a plumber and a...
Tribune reporterTellabs Chief Financial Officer Andrew B. Szafran has resigned for personal reasons, the Naperville company said Monday. Tellabs said the move is not related to its operations or financial condition. Tom Minichiello, vice president of finance and...
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