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Mayo Clinic News Network — Headlines 7/17/14

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWW9PIJPGgw Mayo Clinic News Network Headlines include: Rheumatoid arthritis patients with heart problems Stem cell research for ALS  Lung nodules Journalists: Video is available in the downloads. Click here for script.

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CANARY for Lung Cancer: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

There's no question that lung cancer is a killer.  Yet, some lung cancers are more aggressive and dangerous that others.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Tobias Peikert tells us how it might be possible, without surgery. To listen, click the link below. CANARY for Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer Survivor: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

When it comes to cancer killers, lung cancer is at the top of the list.  But in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we meet a woman who beat the odds, and then some. To listen, click the link below. Lung Cancer Survivor

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Mayo Clinic Study Finds Immunotherapy May be Option Challenging Breast Cancer

PHOENIX — A promising new study from Mayo Clinic, in conjunction with Caris Life Sciences, points to immunotherapy as a possible treatment option for patients with the difficult-to-treat triple negative breast cancer mutation. The study was presented this week at the 50th annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology [...]

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Mayo Clinic Researchers Find Two Oncogenes Join to Drive Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Patients with a common form of lung cancer — lung squamous cell carcinoma — have very few treatment options. That situation may soon change. A team of cancer biologists at Mayo Clinic in Florida is reporting in the Feb. 10 issue of Cancer Cell the discovery of two oncogenes [...]

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Mayo Clinic Finds Switch That Lets Early Lung Cancer Grow Unchecked

Note: Funding information at the end of the news release has been updated. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — July 10, 2012.  Cellular change thought to happen only in late-stage cancers to help tumors spread also occurs in early-stage lung cancer as a way to bypass growth controls, say researchers at Mayo Clinic [...]

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Mayo Clinic Identifies Gene Critical to Development and Spread of Lung Cancer

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A single gene that promotes initial development of the most common form of lung cancer and its lethal metastases has been identified by researchers at Mayo Clinic in Florida. Their study suggests other forms of cancer may also be driven by this gene, matrix metalloproteinase-10 (MMP-10). The [...]

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