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"… smoked cigarettes. Eventually, lung cancer became the leading killer among cancers in the United States. Medical researchers noticed the parallel rise. In D …"

Excerpts from this story referencing cancers

"… ront door without tracing through the population and come up with 10 brain cancers is just startling,” an OSHA investigator, Dr. Victor Alexander, tol …"

"… dies and use them to defend against lawsuits by people blaming their brain cancers on vinyl chloride. The result was biased research that changed the scienti …"

"… ants among workers employed from 1942 to 1972. Despite the small number of cancers, that rate was 42 percent higher than what would have been expected in the …"

Excerpts from this story referencing cancers

"… We found a lot of acute symptoms as well as reproductive problems and some cancers,” Keith said.Around the same time, Keith and Brophy convinced officials …"

Excerpts from this story referencing cancers

"… treatment. Prostate cancer is common, particularly in older men, and often cancers discovered through screening grow so slowly that they would likely not cau …"

Excerpts from this story referencing cancers

"… the two types of breast cancer screens are equally effective at detecting cancers in most women, underscoring the conclusions reached by a recent iWatch New …"

"… mammograms were better at detecting estrogen receptor-negative tumors and cancers in women with extremely dense breasts, both of which are more common in yo …"

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"… ely difficult one,” says Moyer, the task force chair. While slow-growing cancers won’t cause serious symptoms for at least a decade, some tests can cause …"

"… forations, and even death.There’s no point in screening for slow-growing cancers in people who will likely die in the next decade of something else, she sa …"

"… ly surgery.Making matters even more complex: confusion over which prostate cancers are dangerous. Some cancers grow so slowly that they will never affect a m …"

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"… stitute sponsored trial released in 2005 suggest the machines find no more cancers in older women than film mammograms. The trial, which was first reported i …"

"… e randomized trial in 2009 found that the new test is no better at finding cancers than the pap smear, yet it is more expensive, with Medicare paying laborat …"

"… believed that a clearer digital image would allow radiologists to identify cancers that remained invisible in traditional film mammograms, improving early de …"

Excerpts from this story referencing cancers

"… body more susceptible to opportunistic infections such as certain types of cancers. AIDS is caused by HIV and spread primarily through body fluids, especiall …"