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Experimental Cancer Therapy Shows Over 70% Patient Success in Global Clinical Trials

New York, NY (December 10, 2022) — A new therapy that forces the immune system to kill bone marrow cancer cells has been successful in up to 73% of patients in two clinical trials, according to researchers from the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The therapy, known as …

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Investigators and cleanup crews begin cleaning up oil pipeline spill in Kansas

Investigators and cleanup crews begin cleaning up oil pipeline spill in Kansas

WASHINGTON, Kansas, Dec 9 (Reuters) – Emergency crews prepared on Friday to work through the weekend to clean up the largest U.S. crude oil spill in nearly a decade, with workers descending into this farming community as far away as Mississippi. A strong smell of oil wafted through the air, a Reuters witness said, as …

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A urine sample is added to a Petri dish with dozens of tiny worms, which have been genetically engineered to swim away from traces of pancreatic cancer

Scientists develop world’s first test for pancreatic cancer – using tiny worms that detect tumors

Scientists have developed the world’s first early detection test for pancreatic cancer, which uses worms to detect tumors. According to its creators, the test – rolled out this month in Japan – is 100% accurate at detecting cancer and can detect it in its early stages. Tokyo-based biotech company Hirotsu Bio Science hopes to bring …

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Simple diet change could reduce bowel cancer risk in men, study finds

Simple diet change could reduce bowel cancer risk in men, study finds

Plant-based foods offer a variety of healthy benefits, such as reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. Eating fruits and vegetables regularly might even reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer. A new study of 79,952 men in the United States has found that a diet rich in …

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