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Bloomberg News reports that a study in Nature has provided important insight into the genetic mutations associated with the development of cancer. The study, part of The Cancer Genome Project, 3,281 tumor cell lines from 12 different types of cancer, including breast cancer, colon cancer, and lung cancer....
The World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer agency says that the air we breath can now be considered a human carcinogen, Reuters reports. Air pollution can result from "transport, power generation, industrial or agricultural emissions and residential heating and cooking." Levels of air pollution have risen...
USA Today reports that scientists are now "on the hunt" for a new breast cancer vaccine. The search began due to the development of vaccines for other types of cancer, such as cervical cancer, which scientists realized are often connected to a specific virus or bacteria. Only after a specific target is...