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According to an article published by CNN Health, 9/11 responders with the rare oropharyngeal cancer will only be covered by their insurance policies if the diagnosis came four or more years after the attacks. The World Trade Center Health Program has...
A dog’s sense of smell is highly sensitive, and at the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Vet Working Dog Center, is being used to sniff out cancer, says an article published by The New York Times’ Well Blog. At the center, there are...
According to an article published by Reuters, the FDA has approved extended use and application of the prostate cancer drug Xtandi, in patients who have not yet had chemotherapy. The drug had previously been approved for treatment of patients whose...