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Cancer Drug Representatives Spelled Out the Way to Profit

Big pharmaceutical companies sometimes calculated to the penny the profits that doctors could make from their cancer drugs and shared those estimates with doctors.

June 12, 2007 Health News
THE CONSUMER; A Painful Lymph Illness Often Follows Cancer

Many cancer survivors develop lymphedema. And while there is no cure, experts say effective treatments are not only available but critically important.

June 5, 2007 Health News
VITAL SIGNS: OUTCOMES; Lycopene Does Not Fight Off Prostate Cancer, Study Shows

After controlling for other variables, researchers found no link between prostate cancer and blood concentrations of lycopene or other carotenoids.

June 5, 2007 Health News
VITAL SIGNS: NUTRITION; Vitamin D and Calcium Intake Found to Affect Breast Cancer

Consuming high levels of vitamin D and calcium may offer some protection in premenopausal women against the most aggressive kinds of breast cancer, a new study reports.

June 5, 2007 Health News
New Drug Extends Lives of Liver Cancer Patients, Doctors Say

The new drug could become the first effective treatment for liver cancer, one of the deadliest forms of cancer.

June 4, 2007 Health News
Qiagen to Buy Digene, Maker of Tests for Cancer-Causing Virus

Qiagen, a Dutch maker of tools for gene research, has agreed to buy the Digene Corporation for $1.6 billion in shares and cash to gain tests for a virus that causes cervical cancer and sexually transmitted diseases. Digene investors will get $61.25 a share, 37 percent more than Friday's closing price. Digene, based in Gaithersburg, Md., produces the only test for human papilloma virus that has been approved in Europe and the United States, Qiagen said yesterday. The two companies have worked tog...

June 4, 2007 Business News
Alternative Cancer Therapies Are Tested

As cancer patients increasingly embrace alternative therapies, oncologists are calling for well-designed clinical trials to determine if they are helpful or harmful.

June 3, 2007 Health News
Genome Researchers Find New Indicators of Breast Cancer Risk

The findings are a critical step toward understanding the biology of breast cancer, scientists say, from which new treatments should emerge.

May 29, 2007 Health News
NOTICED; A Lifetime in a Deli (With a Little Break to Be an Opera Star)

AFTER a “Closed” sign hung on the door for several months, a Hawthorne landmark is up and running again, just in time for a special milestone.

May 27, 2007 New York and Region News
STREET SCENE: INSIDER; Topics That Make Money Managers Get All Sentimental

Since its founding 12 years ago, the Ira W. Sohn Investment Research Conference has been an “It” event in hedge fund circles.

May 25, 2007 Business News
Cancer Care Seeks to Take Patients Beyond Survival

As a growing number of Americans are learning, surviving cancer can mean slipping into a rabbit hole of long-term medical problems -- from premature menopause and sexual dysfunction to more debilitating side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, like heart disease and even new cancers. The realization that cancer and its aftermath can go on for years has given rise to a medical specialty known as survivorship. At several major hospitals around the country, survivor programs financed by the Lanc...

May 22, 2007 Health News
VITAL SIGNS: AT THE DENTIST'S; Vicious Cycle of Gum Disease, Bone Loss and Cancer

The bone loss caused by gum disease is associated with an increased risk for tongue cancer, and the more the bone loss, the greater the risk, researchers report. Scientists evaluated bone loss around the teeth in 51 men with newly diagnosed tongue cancer and in 54 men without the diagnosis. X-rays were taken of the men's jaws, and a radiologist who did not know the cancer status of the men measured the amount of bone loss. The study took place from 1999 to 2005.

May 22, 2007 Health News
VITAL SIGNS: OUTCOMES; Alcohol Is Tied to Lower Risk Of One Type of Kidney Cancer

Scientists have discovered yet another reason that alcohol might be good for you. Using pooled data from 12 studies and more than 750,000 subjects, researchers found that moderate alcohol consumption -- about a drink a day -- is associated with a decreased risk of renal cell carcinoma, one type of kidney cancer. The paper, which will appear in the June 16 issue of The Journal of the National Cancer Institute, covered only prospective studies that involved at least 25 cases of renal cell cancer, ...

May 22, 2007 Health News
Shares of Anemia Drug Makers Slide as Medicare Threatens to Cut Reimbursement

Amgen shares are battered after Medicare proposes to sharply curtail reimbursement for company's biggest selling product, anemia drug Aranesp; some analysts say proposed restrictions could cut use of drug by as much as half; Medicare effort is likely to face opposition from some doctors and patient groups, who say such drugs help cancer patients cope with chemotherapy; proposals, which would also apply to Johnson & Johnson's anemia drug Procrit follow recent reports suggesting that drugs, widely...

May 16, 2007 Health News

People with darker skin get deeper tans and burn less quickly than other people, but does that mean better protection against skin cancer?

May 15, 2007 Health Question


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