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16 HOURS AGO - Washington Times

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DNA lab shifts focus from crime to detecting false positives

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indianapolis company is using technology that tests crime scene evidence to solve false positives on cancer biopsies and prevent doctors from operating unnecessarily. Strand Analytical Laboratories began shifting its focus after a company official saw a news report about a Boston man who had unnecessary prostate ...

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MAR 26, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Midlife fitness may lower risk of some cancers later

“Among the men who developed cancer, those who were more fit at middle age had a lower risk of dying from all the three cancers studied, as well as cardiovascular disease,” said lead author Dr. Susan G. Lakoski of the University of Vermont in Colchester. “Even a small improvement in fitness (by 1 MET) made a significant difference in survival ...

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MAR 24, 2015 - Washington Times

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Nebraska AG returns to work after prostate cancer surgery

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has returned to work after undergoing surgery for early-stage prostate cancer. A spokeswoman confirmed that Peterson came back to the Capitol on Tuesday after doctors gave him a clean bill of health. The 55-year-old Peterson underwent surgery at an Omaha hospital ...

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MAR 23, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Doctors Are Now Inviting Patients To Help Design Their Own Medical Treatment

Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News SAN FRANCISCO -- Rose Gutierrez has a big decision to make. Gutierrez, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last spring, had surgery and 10 weeks of chemotherapy. But the cancer is still there. Now Dr. Jasmine Wong, a surgeon at UC San Francisco, is explaining the choices – Gutierrez can either have another lumpectomy followed ...

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MAR 17, 2015 - Health Canal

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