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  • ...ardian.co.uk/genes/article/0,,191861,00.html US firm may double cost of UK cancer checks by James Meek]
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  • '''Breast cancer''' is [[carcinoma]] of the [[breast]], usually in the [[:Category:female|fe One in three women who live to 85 will have cancer, with breast cancer affecting one in three of those, for a total lifetime risk of one in nine.
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  • [[Cancer]] of the [[gall bladder]] is extremely uncommon. This type of cancer is largely found in the elderly, with a female predominance (1:3).
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  • 39 bytes (3 words) - 19:10, 9 November 2004
  • * If there is any non-seminoma component to the cancer, it is a non-seminoma tumour
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  • ...nosis and staging is so important for a patient presenting with a presumed cancer. * Presented with a patient with cancer the student should be able to define the goals of the following types of tr
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  • ...-2005/Trimester%203/Blood/ManagementOfCancerPainDrMoulin.ppt Management of Cancer pain]
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  • ...05/Trimester%203/Blood/PrinciplesOfCancerTherapyDrDingle.ppt Principles of Cancer Therapy]
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  • ...rg/cgi/content/full/jnci;90/24/1863 Economically Disadvantaged May Survive Cancer Longer in Canada]
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  • ...cure could be more potent, the folks a lot more in danger of creating this cancer are those old 30+, and write-up menopause girls. ...[http://www.bombsite.co.uk/demos/statusnet/farrellcardenasggf/all ovarian cancer symptoms]</strong> research show 70Pct to 80Per cent of conclusions are mad
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  • *[[Breast cancer (COW)|Breast cancer]]
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  • '''Surface epithelial-stromal tumours''' are a class of [[ovarian cancer]]. [[Category:Gynecologic oncology]] [[Category:Disease]] [[Category:Cancer]]
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  • ...actic use of folate supplementation in preventing defects, and in reducing cancer and coronary heart disease, is supported by epidemiological evidence ===
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  • === Why do alterations in the cell cycle result in cancer === ...proteins attractive targets for genetic or pharmacological modification of cancer cells ===
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  • ...ntation can be used prophylactically to prevent defects, and in reducing [[cancer]] and [[coronary heart disease]], is supported by epidemiological evidence. ...sociated with increased risk of cell dysplasia and of developing certain [[cancer]]s.
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  • ...s, the most common causes are '''inherited''' or '''related to therapy''' (cancer, transplant) or '''disease''' (AIDS)
    3 KB (374 words) - 12:41, 4 November 2011
  • *Flavus toxin can cause liver cancer
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  • ...]] formation; and direct reaction with [[DNA]] leading to cell death and [[cancer]].
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  • ...se]] (GERD), and is associated with a 30-fold increased risk of developing cancer compared with the normal population. The mean annual incidence of cancer in patients with longstanding BE is reported to be approximately 0.5%.
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  • [[Category:Esophageal disease]] [[Category:Cancer]]
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  • ...a breast cancer and she had read that HRT can be a risk factor for breast cancer.
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  • ...nd her mother had two breast cancers - eventually dying at age 53 from the cancer. ...her diet. Despite all this, she is nervous about the possibility of having cancer. Indeed, she is angry about this "because I have taken such a careful appro
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  • ...ttacks and was an alcoholic. He died in 1992 secondary to complications of cancer (secondaries in the liver) at the age of 64. Her mother is now ill with ter
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  • [[Category:Gynecologic oncology]] [[Category:Disease]] [[Category:Cancer]]
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  • ...y:liver disease|liver disease]]s that are not caused by [[neoplasm]]s or [[cancer]].
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  • ...e for the beneficial effects of fruit and vegetables on the development of cancer ...hat intakes of fruits, vegetables and carotenoids may reduce the risk of [[cancer]] and/or cardiovascular disease
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  • ...e tolerance to milk and reduce milk allergy and may decrease the risk of [[cancer]] and heart disease.
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  • ...is similar to tamoxifen but is associated with a lower risk of endometrial cancer. Some women may be resistant and use of an aromatase inhibitor (e.g. Anastr
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  • ...is an association with an increased risk of [[endometrium|endometrial]] [[cancer]].
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  • ...ardian.co.uk/genes/article/0,,191861,00.html US firm may double cost of UK cancer checks by James Meek]
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