cancer screening

Who would have guessed that cancers produce fungi? Or that different types of cancers would harbor different types of fungus?
It is only appropriate that during the week that honors National Pet Day research that supports using the superior snouts of dogs for cancer screening was presented at the annual Experimental Biology 2019 meeting of the
Humans, it seems, are susceptible to DSS -- "do something syndrome."
Men.  They are the yin to my yang, the jelly to my peanut butter, the Sonny to my Cher.  You get my point.
Even though colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the US, and even though the
If you are over the age of 50, your doctor has most likely advised you to get a colonoscopy- the gold standard procedure for early detection and removal of growths called polyps, that can potentially turn into deadly colorectal cancer (CRC). 
The American College of Physicians has come out with a report that questions the value of current screening recommend
What began as a novel finding in pregnant women may now be a revolutionary breakthrough in oncology.
In an opinion piece published in today s New York Times, Dr. Richard J.
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