Experimental Oncology

Clinical & Experimental Oncology

Childhood Cancer

Though cancers are quite rare in children but they do occur and their causes are also not clear. They may be genetically inherited or may result due to a mutation when the child is in the womb. This type of genetic predisposition may or may not lead to cancer ultimately. Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 13/12/2012 at 04:50

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Pancreatic Cancer: Is there a Cure for it?

Among all forms of cancer, majority of deaths are being caused by pancreatic cancer. The reason being, incredibly poor prognosis, aggressive metastasis, and limited choice of therapy, to name a few. Scientists are trying their best to find a cure for this devastating Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 29/11/2012 at 05:19

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Biomarkers: A Risk for Lung Cancer Detection

Despite recent advances in surgical options, radiation and chemotherapy for the treatment of lung cancer, cure rates have not changed in 30 years, and lung cancer continues to kill more people than the next four leading causes of cancer death combined. CT scans Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 16/10/2012 at 05:03

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Skin Malignancies

Skin malignancies are among the most common form of cancer. Dark-skinned individuals of African descent are far less likely than fair-skinned individuals to develop skin cancer. Significant differences in the pattern of skin malignancy Read more…

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Posted by Anthima - 10/08/2012 at 04:22

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