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New Study Finds Ways to Cut Costs of Cancer Care
The cost of cancer care is growing at 15 percent a year. But a new study from insurer UnitedHealth Group finds costs can be dramatically cut. CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports.
Using Dogs to Detect the Scent of Ovarian Cancer
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Could a Blood Test Predict Breast Cancer Risk?
Researchers may have a new approach to testing a woman’s risk for breast cancer, even if she doesn’t have an inherited genetic mutation.
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Breast Cancer Breakthrough? Docs Push 3D Mammograms
New technologies could help resolve the controversy around breast-cancer screening — potentially improving the accuracy of scans that detect it.
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Soak Up the Sun? You May Be a Tanning Addict
Sun-worshipers out working on their tans might not just be after a bronzed look. They may be addicts, new research suggests.
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A new calculation shows cancer survivors spend on average, $4,000 a year more than people who haven’t had cancer.
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