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Family adjusts to disability caused by spinal cancer
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Burnett's tumor, a rare condition called an astrocytoma, was supposed to kill her by 25. Burnett is ... “The radiation largely stabilized the disease and caused it to shrink — it would have progressed to paralysis a long time ago without it,” Burnett ...

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Brandon Davidson: survivor
Davidson came into training camp thinking he was in peak physical condition; how could he have prepared for what was to come? "It was tough. ... He was in for a long, uphill battle, but was able to count on the support of his family and the entire ...

MS News That Caught My Eye This Week: Older Therapies and Cancer, New Gut Study, Ocrevus in Canada
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
The OPERA I (NCT01247324) and OPERA II (NCT01412333) trials showed that Ocrevus significantly reduced disease activity and disability progression of RRMS patients, with annual relapse rates falling by almost half (46% and 47% in OPERA I and II, ...

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Dr. Kevin Most: Blood tests for cancer, screenings and eclipse eye safety
WGN Radio
That is a test that comes out as positive when in fact the disease or condition is not present. The false positive can cause anxiety as well as unnecessary test or procedures. We study all screening processes and try to advance on them. Take Breast ...

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Natera Launches Signatera™ Personalized Circulating Tumor DNA Technology for Cancer Research
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The study showed that an early version of SignateraTM identified 43% more ctDNA-positive early-stage lung cancer cases than a generic lung cancer panel and demonstrated its potential to detect residual disease, measure treatment response, and identify ...

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