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Researchers Say Sharks Could Help Combat Cancer
Researchers at Mote Marine Laboratory say sharks could potentially save millions of lives. WFLA's John Rogers reports.
FDA Approves DNA-Based Test for Colon Cancer
The screening test uses patients' DNA to help spot potentially deadly tumors and growths.
Student Battling Cancer Helps Others Fulfill Their Dreams
A young man who survived a life-threatening illness has been inspired to help other young adults fighting cancer fulfill their dreams.
Study: New Gene Mutation Increases Breast Cancer Risk
It's long been known that faulty BRCA genes greatly raise the risk for breast cancer.
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At 23, Bald Ballerina Fights Advanced Cancer
As she fights Stage 4 breast cancer at 23, Maggie Kudirka's Bald Ballerina social media campaing aims to raise awareness about cancer in young women.
Team Owner Gets Prostate Exam During Seventh Inning Stretch
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Fart Claims Don't Pass the Smell Test
Sorry, folks, smelling farts will not prevent cancer.
Observant Hairdresser Helps Save Man From Skin Cancer
A Virginia hairdresser is being praised for her care and attention to detail after alerting a client of a suspicious mole that turned out to be an early sign of skin cancer. WWBT’s Chrystina Head reports.
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
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Researchers are hoping a dog’s extraordinary sense of smell can play a role in creating a new test that detects ovarian cancer in tissue samples.
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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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Here's Just How Bad Sitting Around Is For You
A new study shows just how much sitting raises your cancer risk.
What Cancer Costs You Later: $4,000 a Year
A new calculation shows cancer survivors spend on average, $4,000 a year more than people who haven’t had cancer.
Red Meat Linked to Breast Cancer Risk
A new study from Harvard suggests women who eat a lot of red meat may have a slightly higher risk of developing breast cancer.
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Skin Check: Surprising New Sign of Breast Cancer Risk
There’s another reason to keep an eye on your moles. Two new studies suggest that women with more moles may have a higher risk of breast cancer.
Red Meat May Have Link to Breast Cancer: Study
Doctors have long warned that red meat is linked to colon cancer and pancreatic cancer, but less was known about its role in breast cancer.
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Early X-Rays Barely Raise Cancer Risk, Study Finds
Children who get multiple X-rays and CT scans because of heart disease don’t have much of a higher risk of cancer later in life from the radiation.
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Alex's Lemonade Dream Lives On
Alexandra Scott's dream to raise $1 million to eradicate cancer has turned into Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, which has raised over $80 million.
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FULL EPISODE: 'A Bronx Tale'
Eric Glisson, a convicted murderer, claims he's innocent, and gets support froman unlikely group: a nun, a corporate lawyer, and his assitant.
New Cervical Cancer Treatment Uses Patient's Immune System
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
A small clinical trial at the National Cancer Institute is considered one of the most promising new approaches in fighting cancer.
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Patient's Own Immune Cells Tackle Cervical Cancer
Tumors have vanished in two women with advanced and terminal cancer after doctors tried an experimental new approach recruiting immune system cells.
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Breast Cancer Gene Can Cause Lung Cancer, Study Says
Smokers with a well-known genetic mutation have a 25 percent chance of developing lung cancer, researchers found.
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