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By National Medical Association
Leading experts issue a Consensus Panel paper on Hepatitis C; providing an undeniably clear roadmap for addressing this health disparity. The National Medical Association raises the alarm for African Americans and calls for an aggressive approach.
By Van Andel Institute
A team of scientists has made a breakthrough in a deadly type of liver cancer. By identifying new genes frequently mutated in bile duct cancers, researchers are paving the way for better understanding of how bile duct cancers develop.
By Report Reserve
GlobalDatas pharmaceuticals report, Linifanib (Liver Cancer) - Analysis and Forecasts to 2020 provides Linifanib sales estimates for US, EU5 and Japan.
By Dr.Victor Marchione
Many studies have suggested over the years that coffee may be able to protect the liver from serious ailments.
By Asian Liver Center at Stanford University
On November 13th LIVERight returns to Stanford University with the hottest new dance fitness craze that's taking over the world. Fusing hypnotic Latin rhythms with easy-to-follow dance moves, Zumba Fitness® is a Latin-inspired dance fitness party.
By Van Andel Institute
In collaboration with the National Cancer Centre, Singapore, VARI researchers have identified an enzyme that could help diagnose and treat cholangiocarcinoma, a form of liver cancer that strikes up to 3,000 new patients each year in the U.S.
By Justin Handy
CRWEPICKS Medical Alert For June 7th, 2010
Bharatbook added a new report on "Liver Cancer - Drug Pipeline Analysis and Market Forecasts to 2016" which gives the current competition in the Liver Cancer Market.
By Novi Bautista
Learn how to Prevent Liver Cancer, the Effective Ways to prevent Cancer of the Liver. More information can be found at the overview of Liver Cancer.
By Alena Groopman
On Saturday, January 30, 2010, the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and Stanford Athletics: Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness will host Zumbathon at Stanford University with all donations to the Jade Ribbon Campaign.
By Mary Ann Baviello
The Hepatitis B Foundation co-sponsored a conference to inform community health and outreach professionals about the severity and impact of hepatitis B and liver cancer among Asian communities in Philadelphia.
By Thomas Johnson
Blood has several components like-red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma -and the cells of the blood are produced at the bone marrow. When the cells of the blood grow abnormally, it is called blood cancer or leukaemia
By Leah Rice, Furia Rubel
Dr. Gang Chen has been appointed as the new Associate Director for Public Health by the Hepatitis B Foundation headquartered in Doylestown, PA.