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Reckitt Benckiser seeks sustainability through 'betterbusiness' | Packaging World

Reckitt Benckiser seeks sustainability through 'betterbusiness' | Packaging World | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
An interview with Dave Challis, director - Global Sustainability, Environment, Health and Safety for Reckitt Benckiser, on the company’s...
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Fueling Research to Solve the Problems | About Us | Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Fueling Research to Solve the Problems | About Us | Norris Cotton Cancer Center | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Research is essential. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease.
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A New Report on Metastatic Breast Cancer | Rethink Breast Cancer Blog

A New Report on Metastatic Breast Cancer | Rethink Breast Cancer Blog | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
@rethinktweet & @CBCN partnered on a new report about metastatic #breastcancer. Read more here: http://t.co/AlXS0XN5oL
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How one mom with metastatic cancer talks to her children about ...

How one mom with metastatic cancer talks to her children about ... | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
My friend Lisa Adams, who coached me through so much of my treatment for breast cancer, recently learned that her breast cancer returned as metastatic disease. She has been writing about cancer eloquently and beautifully ...
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Docs by Docs: Metastatic Tumors In The Nervous System

Points to remember:

1. The most common types of cancer that spread to the nervous system are:
Lung
Breast
Melanoma

2. The most effective treatments, in terms of survival and control of metastatic tumors, are surgery and radiosurgery.
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How cancer spreads: Metastatic tumor a hybrid of cancer cell and white blood cell

How cancer spreads: Metastatic tumor a hybrid of cancer cell and white blood cell | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Yale Cancer Center scientists, together with colleagues at the Denver Police Crime Lab and the University of Colorado, have found evidence that a human metastatic tumor can arise when a leukocyte (whi (This is my dad:
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Inside Prevention: Study shows increase in metastatic breast cancer ...

Inside Prevention: Study shows increase in metastatic breast cancer ... | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
A paper published yesterday describes a small but statistically significant increase in the incidence of breast cancer with remote metastases at first diagnosis for women aged 25 to 39 years.
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Cancer Metastasis: Researchers Find 'Chase And Run' Mechanism In Cancer ... - Huffington Post

Cancer Metastasis: Researchers Find 'Chase And Run' Mechanism In Cancer ... - Huffington Post | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Cancer Metastasis: Researchers Find 'Chase And Run' Mechanism In Cancer ...
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Vegetables that Stop Cancer - From AlignLife

Vegetables that Stop Cancer - From AlignLife | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Scientists have discovered that broccoli and Brussels sprouts have the ability to stop the spread of cancer.
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Many cancer patients expect palliative care to cure - Reuters

Many cancer patients expect palliative care to cure Reuters "Radiation therapy can be used to relieve symptoms caused by metastatic lung cancer, such as pain from bony metastases, shortness of breath from lung tumors, or neurologic symptoms, such...
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Access Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Top-Line Data From MuGard(TM) Phase IV Clinical Trial In Oral Mucositis Patients Presented At MASCC/ISOO 2013 Symposium - WSJ.com

Access Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Top-Line Data From MuGard(TM) Phase IV Clinical Trial In Oral Mucositis Patients Presented At MASCC/ISOO 2013 Symposium - WSJ.com | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
#MASCC #cancer #mucositis MuGard data ... http://t.co/jVSrCb9sAz
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Social media campaign: What would you wish for a kid with cancer? - New York Daily News

Social media campaign: What would you wish for a kid with cancer? - New York Daily News | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
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Cancer: An acidic link - Nature.com

Cancer: An acidic link
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The rise in the global prevalence of obesity has been accompanied by a wide array of other morbidities, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.
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Toyota takes top spot in Interbrand's 'Green Brands' report - The Nation

Toyota takes top spot in Interbrand's 'Green Brands' report - The Nation | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Toyota takes top spot in Interbrand's 'Green Brands' report The Nation A number of brands are enlisted in Interbrand's
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Natural fiber composites are helping make vehicles lighter and more fuel efficient, in addition to more sustainable. A win-win-win for automakers, you and the planet.

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Cetuximab plus FOLFIRI extended survival in metastatic colorectal cancer - Healio

Cetuximab plus FOLFIRI extended survival in metastatic colorectal cancer - Healio | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Cetuximab plus FOLFIRI extended survival in metastatic colorectal cancer Healio CHICAGO — First-line treatment with cetuximab and FOLFIRI chemotherapy extended OS by nearly 4 months compared with bevacizumab plus FOLFIRI in patients with KRAS...
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UD researcher targets cancer - The News Journal

UD researcher targets cancer - The News Journal | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
UD researcher targets cancer The News Journal But the only money he seems to be interested now is grant money to continue his research -- a form of searching that he performs sequestered in his messy office, plowing through data and e-mail, or in a...
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Aspirin may protect against colon cancer depending on genes - CBS News

Aspirin may protect against colon cancer depending on genes - CBS News | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
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Aspirin may protect against colon cancer depending on genes
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Aspirin may dramatically reduce risk for colon cancer, according to a new study.
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Grad student receives grant for melanoma research - MIT News

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Grad student receives grant for melanoma research
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... from the Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation (JMNMF).
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Number of American young women diagnosed with metastatic ...

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More and more women 25 to 39-years-old in the US are diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, according to the research of a medical team led by Dr.
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Stopping cancer's spread: New protein found to control deadly cancer metastasis - Fox News

Stopping cancer's spread: New protein found to control deadly cancer metastasis - Fox News | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Stopping cancer's spread: New protein found to control deadly cancer metastasis Fox News According to the researchers, the protein was only found in people with metastatic cancer, leading them to belive that the regulation of this protein could...
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Cracking Cancer's Secret Code: Oncologist Searches for Breast ...

Cracking Cancer's Secret Code: Oncologist Searches for Breast ... | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
Over the last decade, oncologist Jennifer Pietenpol has been trying to decode and kill a difficult-to-treat type of breast cancer. Known as triple-negative breast cancer, this form of the disease can be highly aggressive and ...
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'Inside Amy Schumer' Tackles the Bummer of Breast Cancer ...

'Inside Amy Schumer' Tackles the Bummer of Breast Cancer ... | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
If you're not watching Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer then you're missing out on one of the most important and freshest comedic voices coming squarely from a woman's perspective. She has a knack for telling those ...
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Pricey prostate cancer treatments used on men who may not need them - NBCNews.com (blog)

Pricey prostate cancer treatments used on men who may not need them - NBCNews.com (blog) | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
NPR Pricey prostate cancer treatments used on men who may not need them NBCNews.com (blog) Despite new guidelines recommending “watchful waiting” for men diagnosed with prostate cancers that carry a low risk of death, more are undergoing...
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Cancer patients adopting new recovery strategy: Exercise - 10News

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Cancer patients adopting new recovery strategy: Exercise
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The 69-year-old woman is among legions of cancer patients adopting a new recovery strategy: They're abandoning their beds and hitting the gym.
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Cancer survivor draws on real-life battle for superhero comic | Robot ...

Cancer survivor draws on real-life battle for superhero comic | Robot ... | Funding Cancer Research | Scoop.it
We've seen superheroes face all sorts of obstacles, and one man is showing how comics can face down a real-world threat: cancer. Writer/artist Joe Martino has been creating comics since at least 1996, when he launched his ...
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