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African Americans more likely to exhibit negative perceptions of cancer-related clinical trials

African Americans more likely to exhibit negative perceptions of cancer-related clinical trials

African Americans are more likely to display negative perceptions of participating in cancer-related clinical trials.

Livers donated after cardiac death safe for patients with liver cancer

Livers donated after cardiac death safe for patients with liver cancer

Patients with liver cancer have the same positive outcomes using organs donated by patients who died as a result of cardiac death.

Metabolic syndrome prevalence is high in the U.S.

Metabolic syndrome prevalence is high in the U.S.

Researchers have found a high prevalence of metabolic syndrome in the US population.

Biomarker may affect chemo resistance in patients with advanced ovarian cancer

Biomarker may affect chemo resistance in patients with advanced ovarian cancer

miR-506 may play a role in chemotherapy resistance in patients with ovarian cancer.

Prognosis for women with breast cancer not worse for those with family history

Prognosis for women with breast cancer not worse for those with family history

A family history of breast cancer does not influence prognosis for women with breast cancer.

Lung cancer survivors at high risk for recurrence, new lung cancer

Lung cancer survivors at high risk for recurrence, new lung cancer

Many lung cancer survivors are at high risk for developing recurrence of their disease or developing another another lung cancer.

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy may benefit certain patients with pancreatic cancer

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy may benefit certain patients with pancreatic cancer

Stereotactic body radiotherapy appears to be both effective and safe for treatment of advanced pancreatic cancer tumors.

American College of Physicians review aims to clarify cancer-screening guidelines

American College of Physicians review aims to clarify cancer-screening guidelines

Guidelines for when and how to screen for cancer are becoming more complex, sometimes even conflict.

Shift worker more likely to be overweight, experience sleep problems

Shift worker more likely to be overweight, experience sleep problems

Employees who work shifts outside of a 9-to-5 schedule are at an increased risk for being overweight.

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