cancer

Cancer cachexia affects 50 to 80 percent of people with cancer, but you may never have heard of it.

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Plant-derived anticancer agents are effective cancer inhibitors. Their production and use need to be managed to keep up with demand sustainably.

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Cancer puts a huge financial burden on families. Programmes to help cope with the cost can only help patients and their loved ones.

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Indonesia’s strong family ties mean many cancer patients are cared for at home. Understanding palliative care can help elevate a patient’s quality of life.

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Lowering the screening age, increasing health awareness and improving access to screening services can improve breast cancer outcomes for poor women.

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Britain’s King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer.  As we mark World Cancer Day, we look at how cancer affects people across the Indo-Pacific, how survivors are being helped and the new research into possible cures.

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Cancer treatments can put some cancer cells to sleep instead of killing them. Researchers are investigating if this is a reason the disease sometimes returns.

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Researchers in Sydney have designed a way to bring distance-delivered care to childhood cancer survivors, even in remote settings.

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