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Wednesday, 21 May 2008 18:47

Possible cancer from nanotubes studied

U.K./U.S. toxicologists studied carbon nanotubes and their effect on the abdomens of mice. They found, in the first study of its kind, that nanotubes could potentially cause cancer from actions similar to asbestos fibers inhaled into the lungs of humans.

Published in Health
A U.S.-Canadian research team states only a small percentage of U.S. cancer survivors meet medical recommendations on diet, smoking, and physical exercise.

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A new Johns Hopkins study shows that the use of breast ultrasound and mammography together is much better at finding breast cancer than mammogram alone, but causes more false-positive readings.

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