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12 state attorneys general are mounting an effort to stop Obamacare in its tracks on constitutional grounds.
Former New York Governor George Pataki on the petition he is leading to repeal the current health-care reform bill and replace it with what he considers a viable solution.
There are problems with the Canadian system and maybe Layton is too much of a cheerleader to see the flaws. What about the long wait for elective surgery? The long wait time for an MRI? Or the 4.5 million Canadians who can't find a family doctor?
In this study, carried out by researchers from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, and many other research institutions, data based on blood samples originally drawn for 10 individual studies were combined to investigate whether people with high levels of vitamin D were less likely to develop these rarer cancers.
Penn State Football Uplifting Athletes announced Thursday (June 17) that the 2010 Lift for Life is set for Friday, July 9. with doors to Holuba Hall opening at 1:30 p.m. Proceeds again will benefit the Kidney Cancer Association.
Clinical and functional properties of novel VHL mutation (X214L) consistent with Type 2A phenotype and low risk of renal cell carcinoma
This report describes clinical characteristics in families with a Type 2A phenotype and functional properties of a novel von Hippel Lindau variant (X214L).
A 74-year-old male is admitted to hospital for dyspnoea. Findings from chest x-ray, computed tomography, and colonoscopy are described; images provided. The authors describe a rare case of a metastatic tumour in the colon arising from renal cell carcinoma.
A study published in the June issue of GIE: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy has found smoking to have a strong association with the presence of flat adenomas in the colon and may explain the earlier onset of colorectal cancer in smokers, as well as the advanced stage with which they present when compared to nonsmokers.
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