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A new clinical trial addresses a potentially harmful side effect of drug treatment for Black women with breast cancer.
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A six-week exercise program resulted in better mental health outcomes for older adults with cancer.
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Researchers will test whether this therapy could replace opioids in treating painful swelling of the mouth.
But new vaccines hold promise for prevention.
This alternative could be safer for some women than the currently available options.
Doctors say the high-tech health devices are also good at objectively measuring quality of life.
Genetic test can help guide decisions about treatment after surgery.
Findings suggest that inky hair dyes may pose a higher risk for cancer.
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