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  1. Breast MRI recommended for high-risk women
  2. End-Of-Life Care for Breast Cancer May Be Inadequate
  3. Refined tastes linked to breast cancer
  4. Unnecessary exams strain resources, put patients at risk
  5. New prostate cancer therapy improves survival
  6. Costliest New Drugs Escape Patient, Insurer Revolt
  7. Cancer survivors report poor quality of life
  8. Virus Not Linked to Type of Lung Cancer (mesothelioma)
  9. Experimental drug shown to block mutant protein causing blo
  10. Certain genes boost fish oils' protection against breast ca
  11. A novel, safer strategy for regulating gene expression
  12. Cannabis may help combat cancer-causing herpes viruses
  13. A glass of red wine a day may keep prostate cancer away
  14. University of Alberta researcher looks for clues to mysteri
  15. Enzyme maintaining chromosome ends is linked to bone cancer
  16. New sequence involved in DNA replication timing may aid in
  17. Eating more soy-rich foods could reduce spread of breast ca
  18. No role for simian virus 40 in human pleural mesotheliomas
  19. Microscopic miracles
  20. Award winning researchers reveal potential new role for Gli
  21. New study indicates arsenic could be suitable as first-line
  22. Phase II trials of second-generation antisense cancer drug
  23. Trial shows which brain cancer patients benefit from temozo
  24. LA BioMed research briefs
  25. Genetic differences might help distinguish thyroid cancers
  26. New molecular link key to cellular proteins involved in can
  27. Researchers identify protein promoting vascular tumor growt
  28. History of smoking significantly reduces survival in head a
  29. New study on natural cancer treatment
  30. Researchers describe how human blood stem cells transform t
  31. ZYVOX(R) demonstrates high success rate for patients who de
  32. MIT creates new model of cancer syndrome
  33. Discovery of first demethylase molecule, a long-sought gene
  34. Research in yeast yields missing link in DNA maintenance ma
  35. Major step forwards for vaccine against cervical cancer
  36. UCSD bioinformatics researcher studies tumor genome archite
  37. Stowers researcher publishes DNA double-strand break repair
  38. Four teams awarded inaugural translational cancer research
  39. New compound could enhance cancer treatments
  40. Genetic predisposition can play an important role in develo
  41. Arsenic ingestion from well water associated with increased
  42. Evidence indicates cancer patients unable to intentionally
  43. Researchers discover a stem-cell switch lurking within leuk
  44. New test possible aid to overcoming barriers to colon cance
  45. Breast reconstruction with implants after mastectomy doesn'
  46. ASTRO patient education campaign wins award
  47. Scientist discover the cellular roots of graying hair
  48. Fundamental finding yields insight into stem cells, cancer;
  49. First 'atlas' of key brain genes could speed research on ca
  50. Component of plastic stimulates growth of certain prostate
  51. Genetic polymorphisms, antidepressant use may be associated
  52. Study examines relationship of vitamin A pathway to breast
  53. Other highlights in the January 5 JNCI
  54. Study of hypoxia and new gene reveals early-stage action of
  55. 'Old-fashioned' gonad capsule simple and effective for bloc
  56. Residual tumor cells are a barrier to targeted cancer thera
  57. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt ranked 8th in nation by '
  58. Melanoma treatment lesson
  59. USC researchers find evidence that progesterone signaling i
  60. Cancer #1 Killer
  61. To heal a cancer- Alocasia macrorrhizos
  62. Six organizations vie for INFORMS 'science of better' innov
  63. Vitamins, foods might improve your genes
  64. Genetic testing could bolster radiotherapy's effectiveness
  65. Alfred G. Knudson Jr., receives American Association for Ca
  66. Scientists making advances receive international awards
  67. Q Chip helps make cures more effective
  68. American Association for Cancer Research hosts 96th Annual
  69. AACR: The premier international meeting for developments in
  70. PSA screening for prostate cancer to be debated at annual m
  71. SV40 not implicated in mesothelioma
  72. Lewis C. Cantley, Ph.D., receives Pezcoller-AACR Internatio
  73. 9th Annual Public Forum at AACR Annual Meeting
  74. Viruses may one day help treat brain tumors
  75. Gene mutated in cancer found in some with autism
  76. International gathering of scientists looks toward future o
  77. Arsenic removal from drinking water is focus of new project
  78. Structure-building cell signals also may influence learning
  79. Few women at risk for breast cancer willing to use drug to
  80. Abnormal lung cancer screening results may help smokers qui
  81. New recommendation encourages more activist approach to lun
  82. Nature provides inspiration for important new adhesive
  83. Research news from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science
  84. Early stage breast-cancer rates are rising as incidence of
  85. African-American women less likely to undergo genetic testi
  86. Light scattering method reveals details under skin
  87. Scientists identify protein that controls cancer cells
  88. Unchecked DNA replication drives earliest steps toward canc
  89. Will cancer vaccine get to all women?
  90. Society of Nuclear Medicine provides $65,500 in 2005 grants
  91. Society of Nuclear Medicine announces recipient of Mark Tet
  92. Society of Nuclear Medicine to offer first $25,000 Mallinck
  93. Catching a sneak
  94. 'Nanoshells' simultaneously detect and destroy cancerous ce
  95. Prostate cancer therapy - study suggests new molecular scre
  96. Alcohol magnifies the rewarding effects of smoking, even fo
  97. A big fat contribution to breast tumor growth
  98. JCI table of contents May 1, 2005
  99. Doing a spin with DNA
  100. New treatment for hereditary breast cancer
  101. Cancer research could lead to improved detection methods
  102. Vitamin E loss through smoking increases health risks
  103. NMDP welcomes IOM recommendation for fully integrated cord
  104. MR spectroscopy may be superior for determining prostate ca
  105. Northwestern's cancer genetics program finds gene variants
  106. Researchers find that chocolate compound stops cancer cell
  107. Shape-altering genes linked to ovarian cancer
  108. Lance Armstrong Foundation supports UHC research
  109. Measuring enzymes at end of cancer pathway predicts outcome
  110. NSAIDs provoke a specific portfolio
  111. Protective effect of calcium in reducing colon cancer polyp
  112. Combination of Lipitor. and Celecoxib
  113. NSAIDs cut risk of oral cancer among smokers
  114. NSAID drug protects against intestinal tumors in mice, desp
  115. Observational study suggests use of statins lowers risk of
  116. Surgery season and vitamin D intake may predict successful
  117. New approach to cancer treatment shown to be highly effecti
  118. Virtual colonoscopy: Virtually promising
  119. Multiple-drug resistant gene expression pattern predicts tr
  120. More evidence suggests statins help cut risk for advanced p
  121. Variant in gene associated with telomeres predicts longer s
  122. Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers look for 'silenced' gen
  123. Compounds in plastic packaging act as environmental estroge
  124. Dermatologists use knowledge of patterns to recognize melan
  125. Study reveals dramatic difference between breast cancers in
  126. Scientist works to reduce side effects of radiation therapy
  127. University of Nevada, Reno professor showcases 'mini' ion a
  128. Gene expression pattern predicts multiple drug resistance,
  129. NCI's Patient Navigator Research Program: Questions and ans
  130. Penn researchers determine structure of binding site of col
  131. Activating ATR
  132. Novel gene-silencing nanoparticles shown to inhibit Ewing's
  133. Mitochondrial DNA variants linked to renal, prostate cancer
  134. Biomarkers isolated from saliva successfully predict oral a
  135. Turning viruses into allies against cancer
  136. Next-era targeted therapy overcoming Gleevec's shortcomings
  137. Readers of genome decipher signatures of cancer patient out
  138. Increasing benefit seen in novel drug that treats Gleevec r
  139. Researchers develop 'genetic blueprint' to predict response
  140. CML found to wield 'death factor' that kills normal blood m
  141. Findings about anti-cancer agent could make it more effecti
  142. No improvement in overall survival with lymph node removal
  143. Other highlights in the April 20 JNCI
  144. Inherited variations in mitochondrial DNA linked to renal a
  145. Genetic changes in breast tissue caused by pregnancy hormon
  146. Compound from Chinese medicine shows promise in head and ne
  147. Combination chemotherapy shows small survival benefit in ad
  148. Spice it up or just veg out, either way you may be helping
  149. Clinical trial of gefitinib for advanced lung cancer closes
  150. UCF researcher uncovers protein that could stop replication
  151. Researchers find promising cancer-fighting power of synthet
  152. Heavy consumption of processed meats linked to increased ri
  153. Green tea shown to prevent prostate cancer
  154. Mother's prenatal and lactational diet may protect daughter
  155. New tumor suppressor gene linked to cancer predisposition
  156. Used in a new way, RNA interference permanently silences ke
  157. Reducing specific gene levels makes breast cancer cells mor
  158. Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers: Selenium will have cr
  159. Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers identify subset of ovar
  160. New drug may be used to treat women with ovarian cancer
  161. Scientists develop technology to detect cancer
  162. Early detection of lung cancer
  163. Gene associated with breast cancer may play major role in p
  164. 'Virtual colonoscopy' effective in finding most polyps but
  165. Human cells filmed instantly messaging for first time
  166. Buying time through 'hibernation on demand'
  167. Allicin in wonderland
  168. Two are better than one
  169. ARRS annual meeting on May 15-20, 2005, in New Orleans, LA:
  170. Study finds enzyme activity promotes rare form of leukemia,
  171. Method holds promise in identifying markers of non-metastat
  172. Help, please...
  173. High levels of immunosuppressant may lead to tumor recurren
  174. Report suggests infectious connection to chronic diseases
  175. Nanoparticles offer new hope for detection and treatment
  176. Age is not a limiting factor in combined therapy for lung c
  177. High risk of second cancers in survivors of childhood soft
  178. The Molecular Profiling Institute, Inc. launches MammaPrint
  179. New grants to Georgetown to help build national cancer biom
  180. Breast cancer detector that uses electricity instead of X-r
  181. Pulsating ultrasound enhances gene therapy for tumors
  182. Access to mammography may worsen
  183. Hereditary colorectal cancer risk lowered in those without
  184. Revised Bethesda guidelines effective at identifying patien
  185. A new look at genes that cause testicular cancer
  186. Romond heads up study and reduces breast cancer recurrence
  187. Viral protein influences key cell-signaling pathway
  188. Use of PET can reduce, may eliminate more strenuous drug de
  189. How the environment could be damaging men's reproductive he
  190. Herbal medicine may alter cell response to cancer therapeut
  191. Improved cancer treatments aim of new biology research prog
  192. New prognostic markers help identify risk of relapse
  193. VELCADE. for injection receives EU marketing authorisation
  194. M. D. Anderson announces collaboration with India's largest
  195. New prostate cancer studies look at hormone and protein con
  196. Rush University Medical Center studies advanced 3D imaging
  197. Program for abdominal and pelvic health offered at Rush Uni
  198. Tumor detection, data encryption to benefit from UH researc
  199. Breast-cancer risk linked to exposure to traffic emissions
  200. Japanese women found to have lower recurrence of breast can
  201. Blocking COX-1 slows tumor growth in mice
  202. USC researchers determine mechanism of action of chemothera
  203. JCI table of contents May 2, 2005
  204. JCI table of contents June 1, 2005
  205. 3 questions may provide good clues to smoke exposure
  206. Unexpected lock and key mechanism found for the assembly of
  207. UT Southwestern researchers show new drug may help treat ce
  208. Giving children access to drug clinical trials is crucial,
  209. Study shows how retinoic acid enters a cell's nucleus
  210. Northwestern's cancer genetics program ID's gene variant th
  211. Watching metals melt, nanometer-scale views inside cells
  212. Return to normalcy
  213. Metal stents are safe and effective for treatment of obstru
  214. For All Cancer Patients
  215. Study examines influence of celebrity endorsements of cance
  216. Study identifies possible marker for efficacy of gefitinib
  217. Other highlights in the May 4 JNCI
  218. Long-term outcomes promising for patients with localized, l
  219. Jefferson scientists create plant factories churning out an
  220. Molecular change occurring during brain tumor progression a
  221. Keeping cancer in check
  222. NTP roadmap for the future, celebration of 25 years
  223. Cancer exploits the body's wound-healing process
  224. Columbia dedicates new 300,000 sq. ft. Irving Cancer Resear
  225. Society of Nuclear Medicine to offer $10,000 William L. Ash
  226. Mosaic mouse technique offers a powerful new tool to study
  227. Check colon tumors for signs of syndrome, study suggests
  228. ORNL technologies win maximum Federal Laboratory Consortium
  229. Research suggests molecular approaches to brain tumor treat
  230. Untreated low-grade ductal carcinoma in situ poses long-ter
  231. Poor understanding of coverage deters breast cancer screeni
  232. Misunderstanding real cost a barrier to mammography
  233. Innovative study finds way to 'bio-synthesize' an anti-canc
  234. New blood test for ovarian cancer screening
  235. Regular vigorous physical activity could slow progression o
  236. Scientists inhibit cancer gene
  237. Immune system lab model overcomes ethical limits on human h
  238. Gold nanoparticles may simplify cancer detection
  239. Live reporting
  240. Breast CT reaches clinical testing: May improve on mammogra
  241. Researchers observe predictors of natural immunity to ovari
  242. Past AACR president Susan B. Horwitz elected to National Ac
  243. Digestive Disease Week. 2005 spotlights breakthrough resear
  244. UCLA cancer researchers shake loose hidden biomarker
  245. Genetic testing divides families
  246. Wiley to publish UICC TNM Atlas in July 2005
  247. Spinoff company receives $2.5 million NIH grant to build pr
  248. Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine gets $4
  249. Massey Cancer Center researcher helps to identify a piece o
  250. Saving virtual lives with nanobots goal of UH-led project