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Hope For Stomach Cancer Bridges Gap Between Patients, Medical Professionals and Caregivers at the 2nd Annual Stomach Cancer Symposium Top Medical Experts will Speak on Panel to Help Guide Community, Patients, Families and Caregivers
By The LA Angel Riders
The LA Angel Riders is an organization that celebrates the lives of Cancer survivors as well as those who have passed on. LA Angel Riders will kick-off its inaugural event "Ride On The Ribbon" and proceeds will benefit The City of Hope.
By Koc University
The research by Assoc. Prof. Nurhan Özlü and PhD student Zeynep Cansu Üretmen Kagıalı of Koç University has identified proteins that play a role in the processes that allow cancerous cells to gain the ability to metastasize.
By Linda Washington
Linda Washington, who resides in Springfield, wrote and produced this inspirational ballad to remind other women living with a debilitating disease that they, too, are worthy of love.
By The Greg Wolf Fund
The Greg Wolf Fund is excited to announce its 11th Annual Fall Fundraiser. This year's event will feature a performance by comedian Joe Matarese.
By Living Full Out
Press Release for Immediate Availability. Living Full Out show will discuss methods and techniques to live in the moment.
By ReStem Biotech
Re-Stem Biotech (Re-Stem or the Company), a biotechnology firm engaged in the research and development of cell based therapies and products for various indications, including osteoarthritis, stroke, spinal cord injury and cancer, today announced the...
In June 2018, doctors removed Jonathan Grossman's stomach. At the age of 35, Mr. Grossman was healthy and living a normal life. However, he learned that he carries a genetic mutation in the CDH1 gene.
By New Day Foundation For Families
Oakland County businesses are coming together Saturday, August 10 from 12 - 4:00 p.m.
By Genome Institute of Singapore
Scientists from the A*STAR's GIS have identified two new EBV viral variants associated with cancers, including NPC (most common head and neck cancer in Singapore), gastric cancer, and several kinds of lymphomas
By Genome Institute of Singapore
Researchers from A*STAR and the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) discovered that cancer stem cells can use an amino acid called methionine as fuel and are especially dependent on it.
By Cancer University LLC
Cancer U is thrilled Cancer Patient Advocate Mark Kelly is joining its Patient & Caregiver Advocate Board
By Cancer Education and Research Institute
An artist father contributes to his daughter's, who is the Founder and CEO of Cancer Education and Research Institute (CERI), efforts in raising cancer awareness worldwide with his handcrafted decorative wood art available at Master Hands of Salim Sahin.
Exposfest It was a honor for Multi-Visions to Sponsor this event once again. Regardless of the illness, when it comes to children and survival rates, anything under 100% is heart breaking. For so many years DIPG has been dealing with 0% survival rate.
By Balloons With A Twist
Over $1,000 has been raised for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life
By Cancer University LLC
Cancer U is thrilled Prostate Patient Advocate Tom Hulsey is joining its Patient & Caregiver Advocate Board
By OncoBeta GmbH
Recognition of OncoBeta's success in developing and providing an innovative therapy for patients suffering from non-melanocytic skin cancer
Fundraising event provided a festive, fair-like atmosphere for families
By Yaffa Beauty by Rica
Fundraising and shaving for St Baldrick's at O'Neill's Irish Pub on Saturday, March 9 from 3-7 pm!
By InVidMe
After a successful launch in 2018 with the online sensation Batdad along with several unique shows and characters, video entertainment platform InVidMe is now attempting to create a record in the Guinness Book of World Records:
By Global Cancer Institute
Data shows that Patient Navigation programs play critical role in accelerating cancer care in Low- and Middle-Income (LMIC) countries
By Radiation Oncology Community Cancer Center
It's the diagnosis no one wants to here. You have cancer. Before you have time to fully process what this means for you and your family, you'll quickly be faced with selecting the right options for treatment.
By The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation
The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation has issued funding for esophageal cancer research in November, 2018; the second time in just seven years since the charity was founded. The Foundation awarded principal investigator, Dr.
By METAvivor Research and Support, Inc
METAvivor Research and Support is proud to announce six additional metastatic breast cancer research awards totaling $1,050,000. The additional grant awards are a direct result of donor led fundraising.
By TRIGR Therapeutics
TRIGR Therapeutics, Inc. ("TRIGR"), a privately held biotechnology company focused on the clinical development and commercialization of bispecific antibody therapeutics for oncology and ophthalmology indications, announced that it will present at Biotech.
By Biosceptre International
Biosceptre Acting Chair Sir Greg Winter wins Nobel prize, refines focus to Science Advisory Board and cedes to new Chair Andrew Walton-Green
By Christina Chapman
Christina Chapman, resident of Brook Park, MN, started a GoFundMe page to raise funds to help her mother, Pamela Revier, pay for her battle with Renal Cell Carcinoma 'Kidney Cancer'.
By Genome Institute of Singapore
Knowing how mutations in cancer cells work will help researchers better understand how they evolve to become resistant to drugs
By Navya
Treatment Option Response Time and Patient Preferences Key to Decision Making and Emotional Well Being - Presented at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) – December 6-7, 2018
By Genome Institute of Singapore
Singapore – A team of scientists from Agency for Science, Technology and Research's (A*STAR) Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) has identified a new approach to cancer therapeutics by targeting the evolution of cancer cells.
By Nomo Nausea
In the world we live in today it is more common to find someone who is and or has a family member or loved one diagnosed with cancer than it is not, with 38.4% of men and woman being diagnosed in their life time.

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