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Smoke Signals: FDA to Rule on E-Cigarettes
The FDA is expected to issue its first regulations governing electronic cigarettes. But what they will regulate is up in the air.
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Novartis Deal Signals Drug Business Shake-Up
Novartis is selling its cancer vaccine business to GSK, and the two are also creating a new consumer health care business through a joint venture.
FDA Warns of Cancer Risk in Fibroid Procedure
The FDA is warning women that a procedure to treat growths in the uterus could spread cancer to other parts of the body.
Cancer Survivor's Brilliant YouTube Idea
When Elana Simon, 18, was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer, she used the video sharing website to make a cutting-edge discovery about her illness.
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'Life Changing': Teen Discovers Her Own Cancer DNA
Elana Simon's cancer diagnosis led to a journey of scientific discovery so cutting-edge it was published in a major science journal.
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The Hit List: Google Glass Helps Save A life
Your mid-day catch up: A hospital saving lives with the help of Google Glass, an inspiring little girl who touched our lives, Tina and Amy reunite.
Fertility Drugs Do Not Raise Breast Cancer Risk
The findings should reassure women worried that they would pay down the road for having taken the drug, which stimulates the production of eggs.
Snyderman: Early Mammogram Screenings Not Proven To Work
Responding to a viewer question about the risk of continuing early mammogram screenings to find possible cancer early, Dr. Nancy Snyderman tells NBC'S Anne Thompson that no link has been proven between the two.
Dr. Nancy: Do E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit?
Do e-cigarettes really help smokers quit? Dr. Nancy Snyderman debunks myths surrounding the cigarette substitute.
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