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Cancer research News

Cancer research leads to returns on investment

London - A new report, examining the return-on-investment from cancer research, quantifies the returns from the U.K.’s investments as 'considerable'.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Brazilian cancer patient and daughter grateful for alkaline diet

A few years ago, a young Brazilian woman working and studying in Italy left the country to return to Brazil, so that she could care for her father who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Before she left, she met a woman who told her about alkaline diets.

New wonder drug matches and kills all kinds of cancer

Stanford researchers are on track to start testing a new cancer fighting drug. Thousands are lining up to be the first to try the new drug.
In the Media by Timothy Whitt - 2 comments

Molecule that causes cancer cells to 'commit suicide' discovered

University Park - Researchers from Penn State University have identified a molecule which, when introduced to the TRAIL protein, causes cancer cells to "commit suicide".
In the Media by Greta McClain - 6 comments

Fifteen-year-old revolutionizes cancer testing

Jack Andraka appears to be your average 15 year-old high school freshman, enjoying kayaking and watching Glee. However, few high school freshmen receive the Gordon E. Moore Award for developing a new cancer testing method.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Bike For the Fight against cancer arrives in Los Angeles Special

Tel Aviv - Bike For the Fight CEO, Tom Peled flew from Tel Aviv yesterday and landed in Los Angeles to prepare for his trip together with Eran Rozen, Roey Peleg and Luca Seres. Starting August 1st from Malibu, they’ll travel 3,000 miles across the US to New York.
Digital Journal Report by Lesley Lanir - 4 comments

New research: Killing the messenger stops cancer cell growth

Tel Aviv - Research scientists at Israel's Weizmann Institute have found a way of blocking one type of molecular message that causes rampant cellular growth.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir

Bike For the Fight against cancer; 3,000 mile ride begins in L.A. Special

Tel Aviv - For cancer research, Israeli, Tom Peled will cycle 3,000 miles across the US from Los Angeles to New York, starting August 1st. All monies raised go to the Israel Cancer Research Fund for grants to fund scientists in their work to find cures for cancer.
Digital Journal Report by Lesley Lanir

Bike For the Fight against cancer; 3,000 mile ride begins in L.A. Special

Tel Aviv - For cancer research, Israeli, Tom Peled will cycle 3,000 miles across the US from Los Angeles to New York, starting August 1st. All monies raised go to the Israel Cancer Research Fund for grants to fund scientists in their work to find cures for cancer.
Digital Journal Report by Lesley Lanir

Op-Ed: Thank you Terry Fox, you've inspired us 32 years later

Thirty-two years ago a young man, virtually unknown, begun a journey that will not end until the enemy he fought against was gone. Terry Fox started his race across Canada to raise funds for cancer research on April 12 and inspired the world.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 3 comments

McGill University scientists dance for cancer

Montreal - A group of scientists from McGill University decided to do something a little bit different while trying to raise funds for their cancer research centre. They got a sponsor, a choreographer, started dancing and made a video.
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 8 comments

British 70-year-old man swims across the English Channel

Dover - Roger Allsopp, a British 70-year-old grandfather, claimed the new Guinness World Record as the oldest person in history to swim the English Channel by crossing from Dover to Calais in less than 18 hours.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar

Physicists develop mathematical model that predicts tumour growth

Heidelberg - According to an article in New Scientist magazine, physicists have developed a mathematical model which shows how tumours evolve.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 1 comment

Race for life event attracts 3,000 girls raising money for cancer Special

More than 3,000 women took part in a 5km (3.1 miles) race this Sunday raising thousands of pounds to go towards cancer research charities in the UK.
Digital Journal Report by Kev Hedges - 2 comments

Dog accidentally runs half marathon, raises $13,000 for charity

Partaking in marathons is a popular way to raise money for charity. So popular, a dog from Howard County, Maryland, decided to get involved.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 2 comments

Constable Tony Vella gets shaved to support cancer research Special

Toronto - On Friday three of Toronto Police's finest went under the blade to make a difference for cancer research. They were shaved to support Cops for Cancer at police headquarters.
Digital Journal Report by KJ Mullins

Study: Taller men have higher risk for testicular cancer

According to a new study led by researchers in the U.S, taller men have a higher risk for developing testicular cancer. Researchers also said that family history carry more cancer risks than a man's height.
In the Media by Amanda Tennis

Terry Fox's parents speak about their son

Thirty years ago young Terry Fox was forced to give up his run across Canada when cancer returned. The news that cancer had come back to the young inspirational athlete was heartbreaking to his parents Betty and Rolly Fox.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 2 comments

Duke researcher suspended, accused of lying about credentials

Durham - Duke University's School of Medicine has suspended a researcher and three cancer studies he was supervising after administrators learned that he had overstated his academic credentials.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg

April Cancer Research Month Brings Out the 'Can' in Cancer Help Special

Cancer is a word that strikes fear and takes most people a sentence to express. But it can be expressed by a single word: "can. Some professionals in the medical and support groups are proving that right now.
Digital Journal Report by Carol Forsloff

5,000 Miles Walked for Cancer in His Mother's Memory

Last year, a twenty-seven year old Washington man took a notion to raise money for cancer research, left his job and took his first steps on what became a 5,000 mile walk. Today, Matt Gregory has completed his journey.
In the Media by Andi Bryant - 1 comment
 

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After the race back signs were pinned on a wall. The back signs depicted who the runners were runnin...
After the race back signs were pinned on a wall. The back signs depicted who the runners were running in memory of.
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Many turned up in fancy dress and the whole event became a great way to socialise and meet friends.
Many turned up in fancy dress and the whole event became a great way to socialise and meet friends.
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Race for Life is Cancer Research UK s flagship event  with over 300 events taking place across the U...
Race for Life is Cancer Research UK's flagship event, with over 300 events taking place across the UK.
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Tom and Rami Peled
Tom Peled BFF
Tom and Rami Peled
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The Peled family
Tom Peled BFF
The Peled family
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Tom Peled and Shimon Peres
Tom Peled BFF
Tom Peled and Shimon Peres
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Tom Peled BFF
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The finish line (and the start line also) showed the race goers clocked their time
The finish line (and the start line also) showed the race goers clocked their time
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The Cardiff – Peking Institute research teams are focusing on some of the most aggressive forms of...
Cardiff University
The Cardiff – Peking Institute research teams are focusing on some of the most aggressive forms of cancer
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The race took most women around one hour to complete. However the competent runners were finishing i...
The race took most women around one hour to complete. However the competent runners were finishing in under half an hour.
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Ladies wore mostly pink as they ran  jogged or even walked around the beautiful Fairlands Valley
Ladies wore mostly pink as they ran, jogged or even walked around the beautiful Fairlands Valley
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Tom Peled Bike For the Fight against cancer.
Tom Peled BFF
Tom Peled Bike For the Fight against cancer.
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Woman of all ages ran 5k (3.1miles)
Woman of all ages ran 5k (3.1miles)
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Walk  jog or run to help save more lives
Walk, jog or run to help save more lives
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The weather turned out warm and sunny after a week of rain and cooler temperatures
The weather turned out warm and sunny after a week of rain and cooler temperatures
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5k is an achievable distance for most women. You would be surprised at how easily the distance can b...
5k is an achievable distance for most women. You would be surprised at how easily the distance can be covered
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More than 3 000 women took part in Stevenage s Race for Life
More than 3,000 women took part in Stevenage's Race for Life
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Every pound raised in sponsorship helps toward funding research
Every pound raised in sponsorship helps toward funding research
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A long queue formed while thousands of women waited to begin their Race for Life.
A long queue formed while thousands of women waited to begin their Race for Life.
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The loneliness of a long distance runner. Many runners ran for a 10k (6.2 mile) route
The loneliness of a long distance runner. Many runners ran for a 10k (6.2 mile) route
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