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Understanding the signaling pathways of cancer stem cells could hold promise for treating resistant forms of cancer.
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The federal government is investigating some drugmakers' relationships with the charities that run assistance programs.
Quantifications of quality of life or patient-reported outcomes will offer more information for treatment-planning discussions.
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Patients can learn how to quick smoking cigarettes with the resources found in this informational fact sheet.
This patient fact sheet addresses common questions about the harms of smokeless, chewing tobacco.
This fact sheets answers common questions, risks and health concerns for cigar smoking and cancer.
This fact sheet contains information on the different types of tumors as well as an overview of available biomarker tests.
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