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Safety Concerns Cloud Promise of New Cancer Immune Drugs
A new wave of experimental cancer drugs that directly recruit the immune system's powerful T cells are proving to be immensely effective weapons against tumors, potentially transforming the $100 billion global market for drugs that fight the disease. But top oncology researchers...... [Full Story]
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'Death Test' Predicts Chances of Dying Within 30 Days
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Don't Legalize Pot: Doctors' Group
Marijuana shouldn't be legalized because of the potential harm it can cause [Full Story]
Testicular Cancer Gene Discovery Promises New Treatments
A new study has uncovered genetic mutations that drive testicular cancer and make it resistant to chemotherapy, offering the promise of new treatments, researchers say. Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men. [Full Story]
Don't Stop Taking Daily Aspirin: Top Cardiologist
People should continue taking low-dose aspirin therapy for heart health despite a new study that calls the practice too risky, a top cardiologist tells Newsmax Health. [Full Story]
Vets Suffer 'Hidden' Brain Damage From Blast Injuries
The brains of some veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan who were injured by homemade bombs show an unusual pattern of damage, a small study finds. [Full Story]
'Ground Hog Day' Man Trapped in Bizarre Déjà Vu
A British university student had to drop out of school because of chronic déjà vu. The 23-year-old man stopped watching TV and reading newspapers because he believed he had seen it all before. [Full Story]
Secret to Exercise Success: Don't Set Lofty Goals
People who are sedentary should focus on small increases in their activity level and not dwell on public health recommendations on exercise, according to new research. [Full Story]
Plastics Chemical Poses No Health Risk: European Watchdog
The chemical bisphenol A, used to stiffen some plastic food containers, poses no health risk to consumers of any age, including unborn children, at current levels of exposure, Europe's food safety watchdog said. [Full Story]
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