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Tests Could Predict Benefit From Cancer Drugs
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Pet Hedgehogs Linked to Salmonella Outbreak in 8 States
They're cute, but pet hedgehogs might carry an unseen danger of salmonella infection, according to a new report from U.S. government health officials.

U.S. Measles Outbreak Now Numbers 87 Cases
The number of measles cases linked to the outbreak at Disney amusement parks in southern California has reached 87, health officials are reporting.

Young Women With Breast Cancer Face Added Peril
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Treating Early Hodgkin's
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Y2K Estimated Cancer Diagnoses & Deaths
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Official: Pharmacy Tied to Meningitis Outbreak May Have Broken State Law
The company at the center of the ongoing meningitis outbreak appears to have violated Massachusetts law by producing and distributing large quantities of a contaminated steroid compound, a state health official said Thursday.

Study Sees Improving Survival Odds for Ovarian Cancer
THURSDAY, May 7, 2015 HealthDay News -- Women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, traditionally viewed as an aggressive killer, are much more likely to survive the disease than they were several decades ago, new research shows.

Ebola Vaccine Trials Set to Begin in September
Officials at the World Health Organization said that the first round of clinical trials of a potential Ebola vaccine made by drug maker GlaxoSmithKline could begin next month.

Ebola Vaccines May Be Deployed in West Africa by January, Officials Say
A pair of promising Ebola vaccines could be deployed against the outbreak ravaging three West African nations by January, experts say.

Connecticut Toddler Latest U.S. Case of 'Superbug'
Scientists have identified a new patient who carried a type of bacteria that is resistant to an antibiotic of last resort, bringing the number of cases reported in the United States to four.

Breast Cancer and coping
If the woman you love is diagnosed with breast cancer, you have to cope, too.

Older Antibiotic Still Works Against Staph Infections, Study Finds
An older antibiotic called vancomycin is still effective in treating dangerous bloodstream infections, a new study finds.

Study Links Coffee to Lower Liver Cancer Risk
Researchers say they've discovered yet another reason to love coffee: A new study suggests that people who drink at least a cup a day have a lower risk of liver cancer compared to those who only indulge occasionally.

Ticks Carrying Lyme Disease Confirmed in Eastern National Parks
Planning a hiking trip in an eastern U.S. national park? Better pack tick repellent -- a new study found these parks are home to ticks that carry Lyme disease.

Women Smokers More Likely to Get Colon Cancer Than Men
Smoking's connection to cancer is well-established. Now, researchers say cigarettes increase the odds for developing colon cancer, especially for women.

Scientists Link More Genes to Common Brain Tumor
Abnormalities in just five genes account for the majority of meningioma brain tumors, according to a new study.

Skin Cancer Cream Linked to 5 Dog Deaths: FDA
Five dogs have died from exposure to a skin cancer cream prescribed for people, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Relaxed Guidelines on PSA Testing Might Miss Aggressive Tumors
Relaxed guidelines on prostate cancer screening may delay diagnosis and treatment of aggressive tumors, a new study suggests.

Scientists Identify Inherited Prostate Cancer Gene
Scientists Identify Inherited Prostate Cancer Gene

Scientists Identify 5 Types of Prostate Cancer
Scientists in the U.K. say there are five distinct types of prostate cancer, and they've found a way to distinguish between them.

Lyme-Causing Ticks Expand Their Range in U.S.
Ticks that transmit Lyme disease are now found in nearly half of all counties in the United States, a much broader swath than was seen in the late 1990s, researchers report.

As Mosquito-Borne Illnesses Threaten U.S., Less Money Spent Fighting Them
Diseases spread by mosquitos pose a growing threat to the health of Americans, with the risk at its greatest during these hot summer months.

Fecal Transplant Treats Serious, Recurrent Intestinal Infection
Fecal transplants, using stool from a donor, have been successful at treating a serious gut infection, researchers report.

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