Oncology Center Articles & Stories

Lung Cancer Death Risk Greatly Increased From Heavy Diesel Exhaust Exposure

Lung Cancer Death Risk Greatly Increased From Heavy Diesel Exhaust Exposure

Non-metal miners who have been exposed to high levels of diesel exhaust appear to have a greatly increased risk of developing and dying from lung cancer compared to other people. This is according to a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Read More


Breast and Colon Cancer Death Rates Reduced by Exercise

Breast and Colon Cancer Death Rates Reduced by Exercise

Published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, a new study reveals that physical activity is linked to lower rates of breast and colon cancer deaths. However, there is insufficient evidence to connect physical activity to other forms of cancer. Read More


Best Practices for Esophageal Cancer Treatment

Best Practices for Esophageal Cancer Treatment

Around 2% of the global population has to deal with a condition known as Barrett's esophagus. Males over the age of 50 who live in developed countries are the highest risk group. It is estimated that the risk of developing esophageal adenocarcinoma amongst people with Barrett's esophagus is ar... Read More


Cancers May Be Prevented Through Reinforcement of the Intestinal Barrier

Cancers May Be Prevented Through Reinforcement of the Intestinal Barrier

Having a weak intestinal barrier may be the cause of cancers forming elsewhere in the body. This is according to a new study published in PLoS ONE by Thomas Jefferson University researchers. Read More


Sun Exposure Can Help Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Sun Exposure Can Help Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk

The risk of pancreatic cancer is decreased in individuals with a history of skin cancer, as well as for people who are born in a location with elevated levels of ultraviolet radiation and in those with skin sensitive to sunlight. This is according to a study presented by Rachel Neale, Ph.D., a... Read More


Esophageal Cancer Risk Doubled For Barrett's Patients Who Smoke

Esophageal Cancer Risk Doubled For Barrett's Patients Who Smoke

Barrett's esophagus patients who routinely smoke tobacco face a doubled risk of developing esophageal cancer, according to a new study in the journal Gastroenterology. These patients who smoke also double their risk for developing advanced precancerous cells or dysplasia. Read More


Breast Cancer Survivors Face Gene Mutation Risk

Breast Cancer Survivors Face Gene Mutation Risk

A presentation at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium illustrated that breast cancer survivors who carry the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genetic mutation are at high risk for developing contralateral breast cancer, or another tumor in the other breast. According to the data, certain women within this g... Read More


Tumor Cells More Effectively Killed With New Platinum Drug

Tumor Cells More Effectively Killed With New Platinum Drug

A new experimental drug based on platinum, called phenanthriplatin, is being tested by researchers at Massachusettes Institute of Technology. The researchers claim this drug kills cancer cells more effectively than cisplatin, the most commonly approved platinum chemotherapy drug. Read More


Aspirin Aids in Colon Cancer Survival

Aspirin Aids in Colon Cancer Survival

Colon cancer patients who regularly take aspirin after diagnosis are more likely to live longer, according to research reported in the British Journal of Cancer. The authors claim that NSAIDS (non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs) have been known to have a preventive role with regards to colore... Read More


Resistant Ovarian Cancer Cells Destroyed by Chemo Drug Combination

Resistant Ovarian Cancer Cells Destroyed by Chemo Drug Combination

Two drugs never previously used in conjunction for treating ovarian cancer destroyed 70% of cells already resistant to a commonly used chemotherapy agent, according to a new study published in Gynecologic Oncology. Lead author, Dr. Prakash Vishnu from the Mayo Clinic in Florida hopes that this... Read More


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