3 activities that lower your risk of cancer, heart disease, and death: study

As many countries ease their lockdowns and more people return to work, there’s an effort to limit the use of public transport to avoid further spread of Covid-19. It seems obvious that we should encourage more people to switch to physically active ways of commuting such as walking or cycling where possible, instead of...

Health-Related Quality of Life for Olaparib versus Enzalutamide or Abiraterone in mCRPC with Homologous Recombination Repair Gene Alterations: PROfound

(UroToday.com) The randomized Phase 3 PROfound trial showed that olaparib significantly prolonged radiographic progression-free survival compared with physician’s choice of new hormonal agent (enzalutamide or abiraterone) in men with mCRPC and HRR gene alterations, whose disease had progressed on prior new hormonal agent.1Additionally, olaparib significantly improved time to pain progression in Cohort A. At...

Know what’s in bag for Aries, Cancer, Sagittarius and other zodiac signs

Horoscope gives insight into future. It is always good to be prepared beforehand for what’s coming in and for that check astrological prediction. Aries (March 21-April 20) A challenge on the financial front will be handled by you most competently. A recent revelation will make you even more focussed on the professional front. Do not be...

Cancer undiagnosed ‘for nearly 2,000 people in UK every week’ | Society

Cancer is going undiagnosed for up to 2,000 people a week due to Covid-19 concerns in hospitals and GP surgeries, with a charity warning the UK now faces a “ticking time bomb”. Macmillan Cancer Support said the disease risks becoming “the forgotten C” of the coronavirus pandemic, with evidence of patients having appointments cancelled or...

More Than 200 International Cancer Trials Suspended

A beautiful young ethnic woman wearing a head wrap looks off in the distance and smiles ... contemplatively while drinking a cup of tea. She is standing outdoors and there are mountains and trees in the background. Getty As we continue to treat and discharge...