Lung Cancer News

Lung Cancer News Week Ending September 20, 2021 Immunotherapy Offers Certain Patients With Small Cell Lung Cancer A ‘Ray of Hope’, Expert Says“Recent developments in immunotherapy treatment have given patients with extensive-stage small cell lung cancer something to...

Hepatitis C News

Week Ending September 20, 2021 Health department offers treatments for Hepatitis C“It’s been three years since the Carteret County Health Department started its Hepatitis C treatment program, and 122 patients have completed treatment. That may not seem like much, but...

My Choices News

My Choices© Update Week Ending September 20, 2021 Can flavonoids help fend off forgetfulness? “The foundation of a healthy diet is a vibrant rainbow of fruits and vegetables, like rosy red strawberries, dark green spinach leaves, or sunny yellow peppers. Their colors...

Lung Cancer News

Week Ending September 13, 2021 Biomarker testing decisions for lung cancer vary between academic, community oncologists“Considerably fewer community oncology clinicians than academic clinicians use biomarker testing to guide discussions with patients with lung cancer,...

Hepatitis C News

Hepatitis C News Week Ending September 13, 2021 Dr. Parikh on Future Research Directions in Hepatitis C-Related HCC “Neehar Parikh, MD, medical director, Multidisciplinary Liver Tumor Clinic, medical director, Living Donor Liver Transplantation Program, assistant...

My Choices News

Week Ending September 13, 2021 NIH research projects on interoception to improve understanding of brain-body function“The National Institutes of Health is awarding seven projects a total of $18.15 million over five years to a new effort focused on interoception—the...

Hepatitis C News

Week Ending September 7, 2021 What to Do If You’re Denied Insurance Coverage for Hepatitis C“Hepatitis C is a viral infection that damages the liver. Nearly 2.4 million people in the United States live with the condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control...

Lung Cancer News

Week Ending September 7, 2021 Yale Cancer Center Study Shows Stem-Like T Cells Could Aid Immunotherapy in Cancer Treatment“In a new study by Yale Cancer Center, researchers show stem-like T cells within certain lymph nodes could be natural cancer fighters. Targeting...

My Choices News

Week Ending September 7, 2021 How To Spot The Difference Between Chronic and Acute Inflammation“The “I” word is a biggie in the health world: inflammation. And it has somewhat of a split personality. Inflammation occurs naturally in the body and plays a key role in...