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Showing posts from May 20, 2012

Cancer sleuth before his time

Every time I stumble upon a story like this one, I am prompted to clip it for future and constant comments on my blogs.  As a 6-year cancer survivor, I may appreciate such good news as much as anyone else reading this story.   }:{  Yes, this deals with pancreatic cancer, the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. Now a Maryland scientist has discovered a way to diagnose pancreatic cancer before it spreads.   }:{   But, as Jessica Kartalija explains, the scientist is only 15.   }:{  Pancreatic cancer is the most difficult cancer to diagnose and by the time a patient learns they have the disease, it’s usually too late.  }:{   alt@story   }:{ alt@search}:{   alt@clip   }:{ 

Source: via Michael on Pinterest

Source: via Michael on Pinterest

Google algorithm methods aid cancer research

}:{   alt@source   }:{    alt@search  }:{ Medical Xpress is a web-based medical and health news service that is part of the renowned network. Based on the years of experience as a PhysOrg medical research channel, started in April 2011, Medical Xpress became a separate website.