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Patients with oropharyngeal cancer who were found to have detectable traces of human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16) in their saliva.
Timeliness of referral for cancer tests can have a significant impact on patients' overall satisfaction.
Moderate to heavy drinking might cut the likelihood of disability for people with chronic widespread pain.
Exercise women performed during their teenage years may have an impact on their risk of dying from cancer or other causes as adults.
Single administration of fosaprepitant meglumine no less effective for preventing acute and delayed nausea and vomiting symptoms.
Black men are twice as likely to be diagnosed with, or die from, prostate cancer in their lifetime compared to white men.
Prostate cancer has five distinct types, with different ways to determine which type of tumor a patient has.
Surgeons successfully performed an inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombectomy robotically in nine patients with kidney cancer.
Individuals with long telomeres are at increased risk for lung adenocarcinoma but not other types of cancer.
Adverse reactions to St. John's Wort were similar to those reported for fluoxetine.
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