JScreen Honors February as National Cancer Prevention Month

JScreen Honors February as National Cancer Prevention Month

Post Views: 168 JScreen, a national non-profit public health initiative dedicated to preventing genetic diseases, announces its participation in National Cancer Prevention Month in February of 2022. JScreen is focused on raising awareness about hereditary cancers and works in association with Emory University’s Department of Human Genetics to make cancer genetic testing affordable and accessible….

A New Model for Predicting Cervical Cancer Survival

A New Model for Predicting Cervical Cancer Survival

Post Views: 224 A recently published article in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 247, Issue 3, February, 2022), describes a new method for evaluating cervical cancer prognosis. The study, led by Dr. Zhong Lin in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Liuzhou Maternity and Child Health Care Hospital in Liuzhou (China), reports a six…

Memorial Cancer Institute First in South Florida, and Among First in U.S., to Use Innovative Technology for Early Detection of Lung Cancer

Memorial Cancer Institute First in South Florida, and Among First in U.S., to Use Innovative Technology for Early Detection of Lung Cancer

Post Views: 156 More than 90 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer do not survive the disease, usually because it is already advanced at the time it is discovered. For 20 years Memorial Cancer Institute has been at the forefront of innovation in the fight against lung cancer and is proud to announce its…

High School Researcher Finds Mechanism That May Prevent Metastatic Cancer

High School Researcher Finds Mechanism That May Prevent Metastatic Cancer

Post Views: 125 At the Cobb-Paulding Science Fair this past Saturday, Stephen Litt, a 12th grade student enrolled in the Kennesaw Mountain High School Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology (Magnet program), exhibited his Phase VII research which demonstrates how an antioxidant in green tea may prevent cancer from spreading and therefore be classified as…