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Medical News Today: Cancer: Could a ‘universal’ blood test make detection easier?

Researchers have been developing a 'universal' blood test that can quickly detect the presence of cancer. The scientists are now working to improve it.
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Medical News Today: How a 150-year old drug might help battle cancer

The potency of cancer treatments is often reduced by a lack of oxygen in and around the tumor. Researchers have found an existing drug that might help.
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Medical News Today: Aspirin may reduce liver cancer risk

The latest study to investigate the relationship between regular aspirin use and liver cancer risk finds a significant positive interaction.
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Medical News Today: New risk factor for mouth cancer uncovered

There are several risk factors associated with mouth cancer. A recent study conducted in Taiwan might add another to the list: air pollution.
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Medical News Today: Cancer: Alternative therapies are popular but risky

Two new studies show that the use of complementary and alternative medicines is widespread among people who have been diagnosed with cancer.
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Medical News Today: Immunotherapy: ‘Killer’ cells get boost in fight against cancer

Nanoparticles can boost the immune system's natural killer cells in the fight against cancer, making immunotherapy successful in more patients.
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Medical News Today: Cancer therapy: Bacteria may help shrink tumors

A new phase I clinical trial looks at whether a modified bacterial strain is safe and effective in attacking stubborn, treatment-resistant cancer tumors.
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Medical News Today: New cancer vaccine may tackle HER2-positive tumors

A new cancer vaccine shows promise for treating a range of more aggressive HER2-positive cancers in an early, phase I clinical trial.
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Medical News Today: Can aspirin help treat cancer?

A systematic review of 71 studies suggests that regular aspirin intake may help treat cancers such as colon cancer, breast cancer, and prostate cancer.
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Medical News Today: Manipulating features of cells ‘could help to slow cancer’

A new study focusing on nuclear pores finds that manipulating certain cell features could help to stop cancer cells from thriving.