An observational study suggests that selenium and aspirin may modify a high genetic risk for prostate cancer.
Researchers identify a relationship between exercise activity and television habits in relation to mortality in survivors of colorectal cancer.
[Journal of Gastrointestinal Oncology] This study examines outcomes of CEC patients treated with CRT and the incidence and potential role of HPV tumor infection in CEC lesions.
Update on available treatment options and potential future developments for metastatic melanoma with and without BRAF mutations.
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- Selenium, Aspirin May Have Benefit in Prostate Cancer
- More Activity, Less Television Reduces Mortality in Colorectal Cancer Survivors
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- Induction Chemotherapy to Downstage Advanced Oesophageal Cancer Before Surgery
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