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Familial colorectal cancer A label applied to families that contain an unusual aggregation of members with cancer of the colon or rectum but that do not appear to have a known inherited colorectal cancer syndrome. Familial colorectal cancer (FCC) is essentially a descriptive term and does not point to a particular underlying cause.
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When you decided to be a dentist, you probably never expected to be in a position to save lives. But the fact of the matter is that all dental professionals today are being counted on to be the first line of[...]

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Trimira offers oral cancer images online HOUSTON, TX, USA: Trimira LLC, manufacturer of the Identafi 3000 Oral Cancer Screening Device, has developed the Trimira Clinical Image Library, a comprehensive online[...]

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Of the more than 1 million Americans who will be diagnosed with cancer in the next year, about 40 percent, or 500,000, will develop serious oral complications as the result of their treatment. Now, an educational[...]

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HOUSTON, Texas/NEWARK & WILMINGTON, Del., USA: Scientists in the U.S. have started a four-year program with the aim of regenerating artificial salivary glands from patients' own cells. As few researchers have[...]

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The British Dental Health Foundation has announced they will be launching Mouth Cancer Action Month in November of this year.This announcement comes after recent statistics showed a rise in the number of patients[...]

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Researchers from Queen Mary, University of London, have developed a new gene test that detects precancerous cells in patients with mouth lesions. They think that the test could offer the possibility of early and[...]

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