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The NY Times reports a study published in The Lancet Oncology which found that conducting a "liquid biopsy" can possibly detect bits of cancer DNA in a patients blood, potentially providing a quick way of determining the efficacy of a treatment, and allowing for quick change if a patient develops treatment...
According to CBS News, a woman was recently denied a bank transaction because she did not have any fingerprints.  The woman is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer that had metastasized to the lungs, and the good news is that the combination of capecitabine and bevacizumab actually...
We've all seen police checkpoints breathalyzing potentially drunk drivers, but can more information be gleaned from a person's breath? CBS News reports a study in the journal Gut which found a way to detect minor changes in specific compounds in exhaled breath associated with diagnosing stomach cancer. Other...