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World Health Day – April 2017

The World Health Day is held to mark WHO’s founding, and is seen as an opportunity by the organization to draw worldwide attention to a subject of major importance to global health each year. 330 more words


How HPV Affects Communities of Color

Human papillomavirus (or HPV) causes several types of cancers, and some communities of color have higher rates of these cancers. HPV vaccine can protect against cancers caused by HPV infection, protecting communities of color from these often devastating cancers. 593 more words

Cultural Competence

Childhood and Adult Cancers – The Differences

Financial professional Jeff Drobny is a dedicated supporter of a variety of social service causes that assist children and people in need. Based in Minnesota and in Scottsdale, AZ, Jeff Drobny has contributed to the American Cancer Society and to programs that fund research into cancers in children. 140 more words

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New Cause of Cancer Discovered!

Cancer has been a deep and grave subject that has haunted the world and perplexed the researchers all around. Flurry of studies appear every now and then that point out various learnings and cautions – some hypothetical and most well-researched. 234 more words

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Why Sensitive Souls Actually Make The Bravest People

I’m a Cancer. And I don’t mean the sickness, I mean the astrological sign.
I’m a Cancer. I’m emotional, intuitive, sensitive. In other words, I care about things. 1,112 more words

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, March 24 edition

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London attacks: Police identify Westminster attacker as British-born Khalid Masood, 52

The attacker who killed three people near parliament in London before being shot dead was named as a 52-year-old British-born man, Khalid Masood, who was once investigated by MI5 intelligence officers over concerns about violent extremism. 568 more words

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Two thirds of cancers caused by random genetic mistakes - US study

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CHICAGO (REUTERS) – About two thirds of cancers are caused by random typos in DNA that occur as normal cells make copies of themselves, a finding that helps explain why healthy individuals who do everything they can to avoid cancer are still stricken with the disease, US researchers said on Thursday (March 23). 351 more words

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