Cardiologists, oncologists must work together, researcher says
Month: December 2016
Large study ties a daily glass to a slightly elevated rate of the deadly skin cancer
Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found
Adding new drug to standard one helped control sarcomas in early trial on 2 patients
Researchers cite population aging and growth
People who consistently smoked an average of less than one cigarette per day over their lifetime had a 64 percent higher risk of earlier death than people who never smoked.
Cancer cells are infamous for recruiting normal cells to help them grow and spread. Now a new study suggests that cancer cells may exploit a normal function of neutrophils, the most common form of white blood cell, to help form metastatic tumors.
Other studies have linked neutrophils to cancer metastasis and suggested how they might achieve this task. This new study, the authors believe, may help to fill in some of the blanks in this process.
FDA proposal aims to protect younger people from skin cancer
But kids still don’t see nicotine as addictive and may opt for e-cigarettes instead