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Re: [MOL] Something for everyone!



Wow!  This will keep me busy reading for a while.  Fantastic bunch of links! 
Thanks Lillian!


>From: "Lillian" <firefly@islc.net>
>Reply-To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
>To: "Nancy J." <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
>Subject: [MOL] Something for everyone!
>Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 21:58:05 -0700
>
>      Cancer News
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>         Bottling up a discredited remedy - Updated April 24, 2000
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>         Diet and cancer, a disappointment - Updated April 19, 2000
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>         The value of PSA - Updated April 18, 2000
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>         Cancer and the cold war - Updated April 18, 2000
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>         Breast cancer and the elderly - Updated April 18, 2000
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>         Camouflaged colorectal tumors - Updated April 12, 2000
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>         Creating chinks in cancer's armor - Updated April 07, 2000
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>         Sharks that have cancer - Updated April 07, 2000
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>         When the breast-cancer risk is highest - Updated April 03, 2000
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>         Protecting hair from chemotherapy - Updated April 03, 2000
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>         Seeds against prostate cancer - Updated March 31, 2000
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>         One small step for antiangiogenesis - Updated March 30, 2000
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>         Antidepressants and hot flashes - Updated March 30, 2000
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>         Chemotherapy and the woolly-headed - Updated March 30, 2000
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>         High-dose vitamin C and cancer - Updated March 27, 2000
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>         A vaccine for cervical cancer - Updated March 27, 2000
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>         Colorectal cancer and the squeamish - Updated March 27, 2000
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>         Breast cancer support groups - Updated March 17, 2000
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>         Southpaws and breast cancer - Updated March 16, 2000
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>         Colorectal cancer and quality of life - Updated March 14, 2000
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>         American Cancer Society's stakeholders - Updated March 08, 2000
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>         No joy with soy - Updated March 06, 2000
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>         Moving on with BMT - Updated March 03, 2000
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>         A kidney-cancer vaccine - Updated March 01, 2000
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>         Spelling and cancer - Updated March 01, 2000
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>         When the cancer test is wrong - Updated Feb. 24, 2000
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>         Marrow in the breast-cancer mix - Updated Feb. 23, 2000
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>         How much time have I got? - Updated Feb. 22, 2000
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>         Hypertension treatment and cancer - Updated Feb. 22, 2000
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>         Stogies of death - Updated Feb. 16, 2000
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>         Breast cancer and insurance - Updated Feb. 16, 2000
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>         Thalidomide and brain cancer - Updated Feb. 15, 2000
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>         Clinton's last cancer budget - Updated Feb. 09, 2000
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>         Smoking and cervical cancer - Updated Feb. 08, 2000
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>         Genetic discrimination - Updated Feb. 08, 2000
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>         Breast cancer and alternative medicine - Updated Feb. 04, 2000
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>         Fraudulent research in breast cancer - Updated Feb. 04, 2000
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>         Digital mammography debuts - Updated Feb. 02, 2000
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>         Olive oil and colon cancer - Updated Jan. 27, 2000
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>         HRT may elevate breast-cancer risks - Updated Jan. 25, 2000
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>         More power against liver tumors - Updated Jan. 19, 2000
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>         Chemo for node-negative breast cancer? - Updated Jan. 14, 2000
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>         Colon cancer in the young: two diseases - Updated Jan. 13, 2000
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>         Mammography's value questioned - Updated Jan. 07, 2000
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>         Why smoking may be deadlier for women - Updated Jan. 03, 2000
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>We invite you to take a look at our Album.
>www.angelfire.com/sc/molangels/index.html
>
>   ( Very informational, good tips, Molers pictures, art work and much 
>more....
>

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