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Combination Chemotherapy Regimen Yields Impressive Results in Late-Stage Prostate Cancer
PET Scans More Effective than Standard Technique at Accurately Staging Lung Cancer
Preliminary Results of High-Dose Chemotherapy in Primary Breast Cancer Show Equivalency to Intermediate-Dose Treatment; 3 Years of Additional Follow-up Required
Scandinavian Study Finds No Overall Survival Benefit to High-Dose Chemotherapy in Primary Breast Cancer
South African Study Finds Survival Benefit to High-Dose Chemotherapy in Primary Breast Cancer
Soy Remedy Not Effective for Hot Flashes with Breast Cancer
Stem Cells May be Engineered to Resist Toxic Effects of Chemotherapy
Study of High-Dose Chemotherapy in Metastatic Breast Cancer Finds No Survival Benefit

After tobacco control efforts implemented, smoking prevalence fell between 1999 and 2010

Feb 14, 2011 - In Minnesota, tobacco control efforts to limit the harm caused by tobacco use appear to have substantially reduced the state's smoking prevalence, according to data published in the Feb. 11 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

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