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The rise in profits was helped by better-than-expected sales of its Avastin cancer medicine, but sales of its other important drugs fell short of Wall Street expectations.

October 16, 2007 Business News
First Lady Raising Her Profile Without Changing Her Image

Laura Bush, who once made her husband promise she would never have to give a speech, is stepping out in a new and unusually substantive way.




October 15, 2007 Front Page News
Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Death rates from cancer continue to fall in the United States, dropping more than 2 percent per year from 2002 through 2004, cancer experts reported on Monday.

October 15, 2007 News
Cancer Death Rates Dropping Fast

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Good news on the cancer front: Death rates are dropping faster than ever, thanks to new progress against colorectal cancer.

October 15, 2007 News
U.S. Cancer Death Rates Are Found to Be Falling

Much of the progress comes from improvements in prevention, detection and treatment of some cancers.

October 15, 2007 Health News
MORE ON CANCER AND: UNITED STATES
Jury Awards $134.5 Million in Wyeth Hormone Drug Case

The three plaintiffs contended that the pharmaceutical maker’s hormone-replacement drugs caused their breast cancer.

October 12, 2007 Health News
States and V.A. at Odds on Cancer Data

For the first time, veterans hospitals have stopped providing information on their cancer patients.

October 10, 2007 Health News
How Data on Cancer Are Collected and Used

Every state has a law requiring it to have a cancer surveillance program and collect specific information about every patient whose cancer was diagnosed by a doctor in that state.

October 10, 2007 Health News
In the Battle Against Cancer, Researchers Find Hope in a Toxic Wasteland

Death sits on the east side of this city, a 40-billion-gallon pit filled with corrosive water the color of a scab. On the opposite side sits the small laboratory of Don and Andrea Stierle, whose stacks of plastic Petri dishes are smeared with organisms pulled from the pit. Early tests indicate that some of those organisms may help produce the next generation of cancer drugs. From death's soup, the Stierles hope to coax life.

October 9, 2007 U.S. News
New York, Faulting U.S., Says It Will Pay for Cancer Care for Illegal Immigrants

Gov. Eliot Spitzer, stepping into a brewing battle between federal and state health officials over emergency medical care for illegal immigrants, called a new federal directive to limit coverage ''morally and clinically and legally wrong'' yesterday and said he was prepared to sue the federal government over it. Federal health officials have told New York State that they will no longer help cover the cost of chemotherapy for illegal immigrants with cancer because it does not qualify under an eme...

September 26, 2007 New York and Region News 


VITAL SIGNS; Heavy Drinking May Raise Risk Of Endometrial Cancer

Women who have more than two alcoholic drinks a day double their risk of endometrial cancer compared with those who drink less, a new study finds. Researchers examined a multiethnic group of 41,574 postmenopausal women, following them for an average of eight years and using questionnaires about diet and drinking habits. In that time, the team found 324 cases of endometrial cancer, the type that forms in the tissue that lines the uterus. According to the National Cancer Institute, the United Stat...

September 18, 2007 Science News
AIDS Drugs May Help Against Cancer, Too

A drug widely used to treat H.I.V. infection may also be effective in fighting cancer, a new study suggests, and a human trial of the medicine is already under way.

September 18, 2007 Science News
Cancer Free at Age 33, but Weighing a Mastectomy

More young women are learning early that they are genetically prone to breast cancer, setting off a new type of family drama.

September 16, 2007 Health Series
F.D.A. Advisory Panel Opposes Curb on Anemia Drugs, a Break for Amgen

The vote by the panel advising the Food and Drug Administration was a rare reprieve to Amgen, the manufacturer of the drugs.

September 12, 2007 Health News
ADVERTISING; A Genetic Test That Very Few Need, Marketed to the Masses

A genetic test marketed by Myriad Gentics is causing great concern among cancer and genetics experts.

September 11, 2007 Health News
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