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'Dirty' cancer fighter: Medicine's next big thing?

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February 28, 2013
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We have a lot of ways to treat cancer once it forms, but there might be a new way to prevent it. Find out how a drug discovered in the dirt could be the key.


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New Therapy, New Hope for Aggressive Breast Cancer

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Ivanhoe (Jan. 16, 2014) — Triple negative breast cancer accounts for about 15 percent of all new breast cancer cases in the U.S., but it leads to 25 percent of all breast cancer deaths. A diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer means that the three most common types of receptors known to fuel most breast cancer growth are not present in the cancer tumor.
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NY Giant Mark Herzlich Explains "What It Takes" to Beat Cancer

NY Giant Mark Herzlich Explains "What It Takes" to Beat Cancer

TheStreet (June 4, 2014) — One thing cancer does is teach you about life, says Mark Herzlich, New York Giant and author of "What It Takes". An All-American at Boston College, Herzlich overcame Ewing's sarcoma, a rare bonce cancer, to return to BC’s football team and eventually win a spot on the Super Bowl champion NY Giants. Herzlich says along the way he was touched by the outpouring of support, not just from his teammates and family, but from opposing college and NFL players as well. Herzlich says he understands that not everybody will be as lucky as he is and beat cancer, nevertheless, he believes his story serves as inspiration for those struggling against long odds on or off the field. Video provided by TheStreet
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Study: Baby Boomers Less Healthy Than Their Parents

Study: Baby Boomers Less Healthy Than Their Parents

Buzz60 (Feb. 7, 2013) — A study published in Jama Internal Medicine says that despite advances in modern medicine the health of baby boomers is worse than their parents' generation. Things like hypertension, cholesterol and obesity are a lot more common among Boomers, and the study points to their more sedentary lifestyle as another probable cause. Patrick Jones has the story.
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500,000 Times Each Year a Child Gets Into Medicine or Gets the Wrong Dose

500,000 Times Each Year a Child Gets Into Medicine or Gets the Wrong Dose

MultiVu (Mar. 20, 2013) — Today Safe Kids Worldwide released a new research report that found kids are getting into medicine at an alarming rate. Every minute of every day, a poison control center receives a call about a potential medicine poisoning for a child age five and under.
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