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Study Confirms Breast Implants Increase Rare Cancer Risk

The largest study of the link between breast implants and lymphoma to date found that there is a greatly increased risk of a rare cancer, according to the report published this month in JAMA Oncology. The study found breast implants … Continue reading

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Roundup Cancer Victims and Attorneys in EU Ahead of Glyphosate Meeting

Share This Item Two American Roundup cancer victims and their attorneys are in Europe this week to warn officials about the cancer risk associated with glyphosate. Teri McCall of Cambria, California and John Barton of Bakersfield, California were invited to … Continue reading

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$4.75 Million Settlement in Failure to Diagnose Stomach Cancer

Galina Volodina, a 42-year-old breast cancer survivor, complained of gastrointestinal pain. She underwent a stomach biopsy, which pathologist Dr. Kanta Davessar reported as being benign. About 14 months later, she developed a lesion in her uterus and was then diagnosed … Continue reading

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Actos Lawsuits Are Never Easy to Handle

Actos is a medication prescribed to patients that suffer from type 2 diabetes. At this time, it is one of the most popular drugs of this type. The key moment in the popularity growth is represented by the restriction of … Continue reading

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Understanding Oligodendroglioma

For understanding oligodendroglioma, you need to understand the intent of the two essential terms in this word, glioma and oligodendrocytes. Oligodendrocytes are the brain cells that are present in the central nervous system of vertebrates. Glioma is defined as a … Continue reading

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