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Radiation therapy advances extend, improve lives of patients with anal cancer, studies find

Two recent studies find advances in radiation therapy are helping to prolong or improve the lives of people with anal cancer, including those whose cancer has advanced to stage IV. Both studies were published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology * Biology * Physics (Red Journal), the flagship scientific journal of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO). One ...

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Newest Free CEU Game Released on Crazy4Clean.com: “The Queen of Quality”

Healthmark Industries today announced the launch of their newest game on Crazy4Clean.com, “The Queen of Quality.”  In this new mobile device-ready game, the newest character “The Queen of Quality” is here to lead you, with fun educational games, on the journey to conducting quality performance testing.  Go to http://crazy4clean.com/queenofquality/ to join the “Queen of Quality” and earn a free CEU ...

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Bug that causes stomach cancer could play a role in colorectal cancer

A bacterium known for causing stomach cancer might also increase the risk of certain colorectal cancers, particularly among African Americans, according to a study led by Duke Cancer Institute researchers. The finding, published online in the journal Gastroenterology, describes an association between antibodies to H. pylori bacteria and an increased risk of colorectal cancers, although it does not establish the ...

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EndoPro Magazine Named 2018 FOLIO: Eddie Award finalist in two editorial categories

For the third consecutive year, EndoPro Magazine, the leading publication for endoscopy professionals, was recognized by FOLIO: Magazine at the 2018 Eddie & Ozzie Awards. The largest media publishing awards program, the Eddies & Ozzies, recognize the very best in editorial and design across the magazine and online media industry. EndoPro Magazine received honorable mention in two categories: B2B, Range of Work by a ...

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World MRSA Awareness Month, October

The ongoing MRSA epidemic continues to be a major global threat and MRSA emerged into the world over fifty years ago. Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacterium spread and mutated for decades throughout Europe and other continents, which has had a devastating and fatal effect on patients in healthcare facilities worldwide and now in the community. World MRSA Awareness Month, October ...

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