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Easing off the speedy pace of the past three months, lawmakers will confront an arcane arena of long-term legislating, and the period could expose potentially deep fissures between Obama and some Democrats.
Pulling together data from 24 studies conducted since the 1960s, an international research team found that the risk of kidney cancer was 38 percent higher among people who had ever smoked versus those who had never picked up the habit.
Patient Tony Howells plea for a drug that may prolong his life has been turned down for the third time.
A man diagnosed with terminal kidney cancer left his family and friends £250 to put on the 100-1 Grand National winner. Danny Shea, 66, knew he would not live to see the race, but made sure his wife and family bet on Mon Mome scooping £20,310 at the bookies.
In October, Rocky Fernandez was told he might not live to Christmas. Suffering from kidney cancer that had spread to his lungs, his doctor wanted to prescribe him Sutent, a relatively new cancer drug. But Fernandez hit a roadblock.
In recognition of the American Association for Cancer Research's Centennial, and its focus on every aspect of high-quality, innovative cancer research, the United States Congress officially declared the month of May as National Cancer Research Month.
The computer models forecasting rapid temperature change abjectly fail to explain recent climate behavior.
Revelations come from a new relationship as cancer patient and caregiver.
AVEO scientists have developed a sophisticated cancer biology platform that provides models of human cancer more relevant than traditional mouse models.
In a massive genetic trawl through tissue samples from patients with a form of kidney cancer, the scientists found a rare but telling signature.
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