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March 22, 2016

A male breast cancer survivor, first embarrassed, now empowered

Although breast cancer is less common in men, they can get this disease too. He looks and sounds the part of a tough New Yorker, with […]
March 22, 2016

Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue Linked with Poor Sleep and Task Length

The fatigue often experienced by those with multiple sclerosis is linked to poor sleep and difficulty completing tasks. Multiple sclerosis fatigue linked with poor sleep and task […]
March 22, 2016

Pakistan: Stories from patients cured of hepatitis C at MSF’s Machar Clinic in Karachi

Doctors Without Borders has helped cure many people in Karachi, Pakistan from hepatitis C infection. Noor Alam is the first patient to be cured of hepatitis C […]
March 21, 2016

Multiple sclerosis patients able to walk again after novel therapy

A novel stem-cell therapy, based on a treatment usually applied for cancer, has been helping wheelchair-bound multiple sclerosis patients walk again. Wheelchair-bound multiple sclerosis patients are […]
March 21, 2016

VA Expands Hepatitis C Drug Treatment

For 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs announces it can fund treatment for all hepatitis C cases. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced that […]
March 21, 2016

What Every Man Should Know About Prostate Cancer Screening

Experts share information about the PSA screening for prostate cancer, including an explanation of new guidelines. What Every Man Should Know About Prostate Cancer Screening Prostate-specific […]
March 18, 2016

Unraveling the Ties of Altitude, Oxygen and Lung Cancer

There is a perplexing correlation between people living at higher elevations (where there is less oxygen) and a lower risk of lung cancer. Epidemiologists have long […]