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Scientist disputes article

...down the role, if any, the virus may play in causing human cancers, she said. The Telegraph article said the monkey virus...said in the paper that "the association of SV40 with human cancers is currently strong enough to warrant serious concern...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/19/tec_253896.shtml
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The people's pharmacy: Thalidomide may usher in new era of cancer therapy

...the covers of Time, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report. The research in mice is extraordinary. Transplanted human cancers disappear after treatment with compounds called anti-angiogenesis agents that stop the growth of blood vessels...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/05/26/ent_229539.shtml
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Experimental cancer drug administered with altered gene

...was shown to dramatically inhibit primary tumor growth" in laboratory mice that had been injected with both rat and human cancers. Two drugs, angiostatin and endostatin, received wide publicity earlier this month when a researchers reported that...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/05/26/tec_229580.shtml
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Malignant virus in polio vaccine linked to cancer

...mystery of how the virus is being transmitted. The reports indicate that SV40 may be involved in a much broader group of human cancers, playing a possible role in nearly half of the 55,000 new cases of non- Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosed annually. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/03/14/tec_338648.shtml
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MCG biologists explore using cell protein as cancer treatment

...attractive to researchers and biotechnology companies is that the absence of a p53 function is found in about 60 percent of human cancers, Dr. Chen said. "There are lots of examples (of genetic mutations in cancer), but p53 is of special importance...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/10/23/met_301735.shtml
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Gene found for protein that is key to cancer's growth

...which then could be tested for their anti-cancer activity." He said telomerase is active in up to 95 percent of all human cancers. In a statement released by the Whitehead Institute, Weinberg said the telomerase discovery will enable drug companies...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/15/tec_213013.shtml
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Swamp is at stake in 'Everglades'

...deflate himself. He offers up fascinating snippets of local lore (the blood of horseshoe crabs is a diagnostic tool for human cancers - who knew?) And there's an encounter between Ford and a bull shark that will leave you limp. It's news to nobody...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/03/art_382960.shtml
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Researchers use DNA chips to identify cancer types

...of the iceberg and that our expectation going forward is that there will be similar stories emerging for all common human cancers," Golub said. In an accompanying Nature commentary, Anton Berns of the Netherlands Cancer Institute agreed patients...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/07/tec_281896.shtml
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Researchers use DNA chips to identify cancer types

...of the iceberg and that our expectation going forward is that there will be similar stories emerging for all common human cancers," Golub said. In an accompanying Nature commentary, Anton Berns of the Netherlands Cancer Institute agreed patients...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/03/tec_281186.shtml
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