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High Carbohydrate Diet May Increase Mortality Risk in Certain Cancers
The findings suggest that a patientâ€™s diet may impact their ability to combat head and neck cancer.
Unintended Weight Loss Linked to Higher Cancer Risk
Unintentional weight loss may allow physicians to detect cancer sooner.
High and Low Levels of HDL Cholesterol Increase Risk of Infectious Disease
HDL cholesterol is known as the good kind, but too much or too little could negatively impact the immune system.
Survey: Americans More Aware of the Opioid Crisis, Addicts Still Face Stigma
The number of Americans concerned about opioid addiction rises 10% in just 2 years.
New 3-Part Molecule Targets HER Family in Breast Cancer
A novel chimera targets the growth factors responsible for certain types of breast cancer.
Ultrasound Technology Could Enhance Cancer Drug Therapies
Researchers collaborate to test acoustic cluster therapy to improve treatment of pancreatic cancer.
Antibiotics Make PDA Treatment More Effective in Mice
Removing gut bacteria may be the key to treating a fatal pancreatic cancer.
Combination of Atezolizumab, Bevacizumab Improves Lung Cancer Survival
Combining Tecentriq with Avastin shows promise extending survival in patients with non-small cell lung cancer.
MAP Kinase Activation Causes Deadly Brain Tumor
A gene mutation linked to chordoid gliomas may result in targeted treatment options.
Understanding HIV Latency May Lead to A Cure
Findings suggest that incomplete transcription causes latency in HIV infected cells.
Legislation Would Eliminate Financial Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening
A Medicare loophole may deter patients from undergoing preventative screening for colorectal cancer.
Frequent PSA Testing May Not Be Beneficial for All Prostate Cancer Survivors
Research highlights the need for new prostate specific antigen testing guidelines.
States Take Action Against Prescription Drug Spending in Medicaid
Medicaid spending on specialty drugs is a top concern for states.
Out-of-Pocket Costs Increase for Patients with Multiple Chronic Diseases
As cost increases, patient adherence decreases among patients with multiple chronic conditions.
Placebo Reduces Fatigue in Cancer Survivors
Patients with cancer experienced a reduction in fatigue after 3 weeks of knowingly taking a placebo.
Organ-on-Chip Technology Simulates Human Reaction to Hepatitis B Virus
An artificial liver infected with hepatitis B demonstrates physiological reaction of a real human liver.
FDA Approves Short-Term Acute Pain Management Drug
Kempharma introduces newly approved pain management drug and warns of risk for addiction.
Legislator Calls on HHS Secretary to Take Action Against Hepatitis C Drug Costs
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar could take action to help millions of Americans gain access to necessary drugs.
Protein Linked to Aggressive Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
The Cx26 protein may be involved with promoting aggressive breast cancer.
Type 2 Diabetes Compromises Bone Elasticity
Bone fractures associated with type 2 diabetes may be linked to a change in collagen.
Senators Seek to Lower Cost of Chronic Disease Management
If passed, a bill that addresses the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases may ensure better care for patients.
Brain Stimulation May Relieve Multiple Sclerosis-Associated Fatigue
Deep transcranial stimulation could provide more relief from fatigue among multiple sclerosis patients compared with other treatments.
Enzalutamide Meets Phase 3 Endpoints in Prostate Cancer
Enzalutamide (Xtandi) demonstrates a significant reduction in metastasis or death from castration-resistant prostate cancer
Gene Implicated in Germ Cell Tumor Development
PRDM14 is involved with embryonic development and may lead to germ cell tumors.
New Tool Could Help Develop Novel Asthma, Hypertension Treatments
A new tool that can measure cell strength 100 times faster than current methods may optimize drug development for several diseases.
Study Finds Gene Linked to Blood Diseases, Cancer
A gene that plays a crucial role in blood cell maturation can mutate and cause cancer to develop.
Government Report Outlines Steps to Address Rising Drug Costs
A recent report highlights how Americans pay more for prescription drugs compared with other countries.
UV Light Could Fight the Spread of Influenza
Ultraviolet C light could be safely harnessed to kill influenza microbes.
Post-Lung Surgery Opioid Prescriptions May Lead to Dependency
Surgeons may play an integral role in preventing opioid dependency in surgery patients.
Drug Can Starve Cancer Stem Cells
An existing drug can prevent cancerous stem cells from reproducing, without the toxic adverse effects of chemotherapy.
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