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National Cancer Institute (NCI) palliative care study: September 2003
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NCI is looking for patients, caregivers, & physicians to participate in telephone focus groups & in-depth interviews. Keywords: Cancer; Stage III; Stage IV; patients; caregivers; treatment; family; friends; physicians; doctors; health professionals
Keywords: Cancer, Stage III, Stage IV, patients, caregivers, treatment, family, friends, physicians, doctors, health professionals
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 7:47 AM.
Total Views: 802

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What We Can Do Now. Annual Report 2008-2009. Keywords: George Bush; National Cancer Institute; NCI; HHS; LaSalle Leffall; Margaret Kripke; Howard University; MD Anderson; carcinogens; toxins; chemicals; bisphenol A; BPA; radon; formaldehyde; benzene; pesticides; insecticides; herbicides; fungicides; solvents; Environmental Protection Agency; EPA; radiation; air pollution; prenatal; umbilical cord
Keywords: George Bush, National Cancer Institute, NCI, HHS, LaSalle Leffall, Margaret Kripke, Howard University, MD Anderson, carcinogens, toxins, chemicals, bisphenol A, BPA, radon,
Last Viewed: September, 19, 2018 at 2:42 PM.
Total Views: 1,369

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2002 report - From the Prostate Cancer Advisory Committee established by the Texas Legislature in 1995. Compared to whites, finds Hispanic with lower and blacks with higher incidence and mortality.
Last Viewed: August, 1, 2018 at 4:48 AM.
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Centers for Disease Control. Keywords: CDC; skin cancer; basal cell carcinoma; squamous cell carcinoma; melanoma; ultraviolet (UV) rays; tanning beds; sun lamps; sunburn; white; black; light skin color; freckles; eye color; moles
Keywords: CDC, skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, ultraviolet (UV) rays, tanning beds, sun lamps, sunburn, white, black, light skin color, freckles, eye
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 7:02 AM.
Total Views: 1,223

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Men aged 65+ are 1.62 times more likely to die of cancer than are women in the same age group. Causes are undetermined, but may include work related risks and military duty. Keywords: white; non-white; female; male; sex; mortality; smoking; employment; jobs; age-adjusted; National Cancer Institute
Keywords: white, non-white, female, male, sex, mortality, smoking, employment, jobs, age-adjusted, National Cancer Institute
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 5:37 AM.
Total Views: 786

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(Testicular cancer brochure illustrating self-exams)
Based on a National Cancer Institute brochure. Provides information on testicular health, cancer, and how to perform a self-exam; encourages regular exams. Keywords: testicle; scrotum; epididymis; reproductive organs; lump; enlarged; TSE; 800-4-CANCER.
Keywords: testicle, scrotum, epididymis, reproductive organs, lump, enlarged, TSE, 800-4-CANCER.
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 1:00 PM.
Total Views: 7,225

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Not a MHN document - This brief brochure (tri-fold design) explains first-day chemotherapy treatment processes based on a compilation of patient advice. The brochure is designed to answer basic patient questions that often go unasked prior to treatment.
Last Viewed: September, 19, 2018 at 4:38 PM.
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Not an MHN Document - Firefighters are among the most prominent occupational groups at increased risk for bladder cancer. Surprisingly, many firefighters and their physicians are unaware of their risk for this cancer.
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 6:24 AM.
Total Views: 2,671

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2008. Keywords: BCa; pink ribbon; women; males; females; patients; ductal carcinoma; lobular; in situ; invasive; malignant; estrogen; family history; self examination; mammogram; lump; nipple retraction; staging; radiation; chemotherapy; hormone replacement therapy; alcohol; Susan G. Komen Foundation; ACS; American Cancer Society; NCI; National Cancer Institute; Male Breast Cancer Resource Center
Keywords: BCa, pink ribbon, women, males, females, patients, ductal carcinoma, lobular, in situ, invasive, malignant, estrogen, family history, self examination, mammogram, lump, nipple
Last Viewed: September, 18, 2018 at 10:01 AM.
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brochure; Chemotherapy; x-rays; targeted treatments; radiation therapy; smoking; smokers; cigarettes; tobacco; COPD; emphysema; tuberculosis; sputum cytology; Men's Health Network; MHN; secondhand smoke; coughing; pneumonia; bronchitis; helical CT; spiral CT; Genentech; Roche; genes; gene proteins
Keywords: brochure, Chemotherapy, x-rays, targeted treatments, radiation therapy, smoking, smokers, cigarettes, tobacco, COPD, emphysema, tuberculosis, sputum cytology, Men's Health
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 3:13 PM.
Total Views: 620

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What Should Women Know About Prostate Cancer? Support and resources provided by Women Against Prostate Cancer
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 1:22 PM.
Total Views: 1,127

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(Family history of prostate, breast cancer, and more)
Print this flyer front and back on the same page of paper. Keywords: sibling; father; mother; grandfather; grandmother; uncle; aunt; paternal; maternal; male; female; men; women; DOB; date of birth; cause of death
Keywords: sibling, father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, uncle, aunt, paternal, maternal, male, female, men, women, DOB, date of birth, cause of death
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 11:03 PM.
Total Views: 4,808
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