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Male Smokers More Likely to Lose Y Chromosomes

By Gunjan Sinha   If cancer, heart disease, and emphysema weren’t bad enough, male smokers may have another thing to worry about: losing their Y chromosomes. Researchers have found that smokers are up to four times…

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“United Dream, Shared Success” 2013 Chinese Clinical Oncology Advances Awards Announced

From China Medical Tribune In January 2014, "2013 Chinese Clinical Oncology Advances Awards " organized by China Medical Tribune (CMT) and the Chinese Society of Clinical Oncology (CSCO) has finalized the top researches from China…

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2012 AFCR-USCACA Scholar Excellence Award

On September 7, 2012, the Asian Fund for Cancer Research and the US Chinese Anti-Cancer Association(USCACA) jointly awarded five outstanding young Chinese cancer researchers the 2012 AFCR-USCACA Scholar Excellence Award. Chinese researchers and physicians are being increasingly recognized…

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Gender and Ethnicity Influence the Risk of Dying from Lung Cancer in Non-Smokers

Men who have never smoked are more likely to die from lung cancer than women, as are Asians who live in Asia compared with individuals of European decent. An international team of investigators drew these…

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