A New Drug Has Been Approved For the Treatment of Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma
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A New Drug Has Been Approved For the Treatment of Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma

  According to a press release from Eisai Inc. and Merck (also known as MSD), Lenvima®(lenvatinib) has been approved by the United States FDA as a first-line treatment for patients…

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Researchers Have Found Which Common Blood Tests are the Most Effective for Identifying Multiple Myeloma
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Researchers Have Found Which Common Blood Tests are the Most Effective for Identifying Multiple Myeloma

A team of researchers led by Constantinos Koshiaris from the University of Oxford have recently published a study that investigated the best way to identify multiple myeloma through blood tests.…

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A New Radiation Therapy Procedure Using The “Bystander Effect” Could Make Mesothelioma Treatment More Effective
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A New Radiation Therapy Procedure Using The “Bystander Effect” Could Make Mesothelioma Treatment More Effective

According to a story from abc.net.au, a team of Australian scientists have developed a technique for delivering radiation therapy that could enhance both the potency and safety of treatment. This…

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Hepatocellular Carcinoma Patient’s Twin Sister is Fundraising for £80,000 Treatment
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Hepatocellular Carcinoma Patient’s Twin Sister is Fundraising for £80,000 Treatment

According to a story from the St. Helens Star, Amanda Sackville-Wiggins was diagnosed with hepatocellular carcinoma, a rare type of liver cancer, just after her 21st birthday. The cancer was…

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