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The Voice contestant tells judges about childhood cancer battle | Daily Mail Online

The Voice contestant tells judges about childhood cancer battle | Daily Mail Online | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it

Asked when she started singing, Melissa who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13, tells the judges her incredible news

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SPS Hospitals : 10 Years of Unmatched Highest Quality Patient Care & Treatment Services in India

SPS Hospitals : 10 Years of Unmatched Highest Quality Patient Care & Treatment Services in India | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
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SPS Hospitals : Best hospitals in Ludhiana Punjab, India's curator insight, January 20, 1:05 AM

SPS Hospitals unveil New Logo

 
SPS Hospitals (Satguru Partap Singh Hospitals) New Logo
Satguru Partap Singh Hospitals unveil new logo and identity. The updated brand features a new logo and tagline “Rishta Zindagi Se” that are designed to reiterate the strength that SPS Hospitals offers patients based on its three founding pillars of clinical excellence, technological excellence and superior patient care. “This is a new day for SPS Hospitals in terms of a new logo and tagline, while our commitment to our patients remains the same,” said Jugdiep Singh, Managing Director, SPS Hospitals. “SPS Hospitals’ new identity is more than a new logo and look.It underscores its commitment to keep the people it cares for live longer, better, healthier lives. Everything it does and every decision they make is in the service of that patient,” said Atul Behll, Vice-President, Healthcare Services, SPS Hospitals.
Our Centers of ExcellenceSPS Heart Institute

Best heart hospitals in India for cardiology

SPS Heart Institute is a Centre of Excellence in Cardiac Care providing world class care to patients with varied cardiac conditions for adults and paediatrics.

2. SPS Institute of Neurosciences

Most Advance & Comprehensive Center of Neurosciences

SPS Institute of Neurosciences is an integrated super specialty institute providing tertiary care for various neurological diseases.

3. SPS Institute of Orthopaedics

Orthopaedics & Joint replacement Surgery Hospitals in India

SPS Institute of Orthopaedics is a super-specialty Institute which aims to provide world-class, evidence-based treatment for various orthopedic disorders and sports injuries.

4. SPS Transplant Institutes

The kidney transplant services at SPS Hospitals are a part of SPS Transplant Institutes.

5. SPS Institute of Gastroenterology

SPS Hospitals offer expert diagnosis and medical treatment for patients with disorders of the esophagus, liver, gallbladder, stomach, pancreas,small intestine and colon.

For More Information Please visit our website : http://www.spshospitals.com

 
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How Cosmetics, Abortion Causes Breast Cancer –Experts - Folagbade's Blog-STAY HEALTHY

How Cosmetics, Abortion Causes Breast Cancer –Experts - Folagbade's Blog-STAY HEALTHY | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
With more women being diagnosed of breast cancer disease, oncologists, who specialize in the treatment of tumour and cancer, acknowledged
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Kai-Fu Lee, Ex-Google China Chief, Diagnosed With Cancer - Forbes

Kai-Fu Lee, Ex-Google China Chief, Diagnosed With Cancer - Forbes | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
Kai-Fu Lee, Ex-Google China Chief, Diagnosed With Cancer
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Kai-Fu Lee, 51, founder and CEO of Innovation Works and former president of Google Google China, has been diagnosed with lymphoma.
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New test to detect early stages of breast cancer

New test to detect early stages of breast cancer | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
According to the American Cancer Society, about 232,340 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in 2013, and about 39,620 women will die from the disease.

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Susan Zager's curator insight, September 5, 2013 5:37 PM

Here's another story about the new test to detect breast cancer called the Mammary Aspiration Specimen Cytology Test System (MASCT). The test is non-invasive and painless. It finds the changes that lead up to breast cancer, so it catches these changes very early. It involves a heating pad and a homemade breast pump. According to Dr. Steven Quay decisions could be made about treatment very early, For examploe if the test shows "hyperplasia" one can make changes in their lifestyle to avoid this becoming breast cancer.This test notes early changes in the cells of the breast. It for the population of women in their 20's and 30's. I am sure we will hear more about it as well as articles of concern for overtreatment. 





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This article is about the new teat called the Mammary Aspiration Specimen Cytology Test System (MASCT). 

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Community rallies behind mother battling cancer for third time - WGNtv.com

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Community rallies behind mother battling cancer for third time
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A remarkable fundraising effort is underway in north-suburban Grayslake.
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Cancer Patients Join Ground-Breaking Disease Probing Genome Project - Lifestyle news - NewsLocker

Cancer Patients Join Ground-Breaking Disease Probing Genome Project - Lifestyle news - NewsLocker | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
Cancer patients have joined in the fight against rare diseases by signing up to the UK's ground-breaking 100,000 Genomes Project which could help scientists understand the root causes of these diseases.
The project aims to map around 100,000...
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Vivek Oberoi Celebrating Birthday With Children Of The Cancer Patients || Bollywood News

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Personalized Treatment For Ovarian Cancer Has Positive Results - CBS Local

Personalized Treatment For Ovarian Cancer Has Positive Results - CBS Local | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
Personalized Treatment For Ovarian Cancer Has Positive Results
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“I had bloating, I had gas, I had bowel problems, didn't have much of an appetite,” she said. Then, she noticed extreme fatigue.
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Cancer fund father jailed for thefts

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A father who stole more than £170,000 from charity funds raised to support children with cancer, including his young son, is jailed.
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'Intolerable' breast cancer drug causes 5,000 women to quit their medication - leading to 400 deaths a year

'Intolerable' breast cancer drug causes 5,000 women to quit their medication - leading to 400 deaths a year | Life and Cancer | Scoop.it
Women who fail to take tamoxifen for the full five years are more likely to see their cancer return and to suffer an early deathThe drug can cause side effects including hot flushes, joint pain and fatigue
Those who don't stick to their drug regime cost an extra £6,000 on averageThey also lose an average of 13 months reasonable quality of life


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Susan Zager's curator insight, September 4, 2013 6:05 PM

I think this article is flawed because many peope have done the full course of tamoxifen and still had bad results. It has nasty side effects and everone deserves quality of life.

To see the original abstract go to: http://www.nature.com/bjc/journal/v109/n5/abs/bjc2013464a.html


Pacific Cove's curator insight, September 5, 2013 7:29 AM

‘This study is a timely reminder that it’s so important that women are given support to continue taking their tamoxifen so that they have the best possible chance to outlive breast cancer.’