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Repeated and controlled injections of bee, snake and scorpion venom are buzzing as a new cancer-fighting treatment in which “useful” venom can target malignant cells and block tumor growth. Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images

Study: Bee, Snake And Scorpion Venom Fighting Cancer Cell Growth

Repeated and controlled injections of bee, snake and scorpion venom are buzzing as a new cancer-fighting treatment in which “useful” venom can target malignant cells and block tumor growth.

08/13/2014

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New Study on Ultrasound Screening for Breast Cancer

Dr. Dione Farria’s advice to women — think twice about ultrasound at this point because the negatives counteract the benefits.

04/06/2012

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New Study on Cancer Prevention

A new Washington University School of Medicine study finds more than half of all cancer is preventable.

03/29/2012

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