Victoria Forster, Contributor

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Name: Victoria Forster, Contributor
Date registered: November 17, 2017
URL: http://www.forbes.com/healthcare/

Latest posts

  1. Why Do Only Eight Percent Of Cancer Patients In The U.S. Participate In Clinical Trials? — February 19, 2019
  2. Smokers Less Likely To Survive Dangerous Form Of Skin Cancer Than Non-Smokers — February 18, 2019
  3. Can Beer Before Wine Really Minimize A Hangover? New Study Gets People Drunk To Find Out — February 7, 2019
  4. Obesity-Related Cancers On The Rise In Millennials — February 4, 2019
  5. New Study Indicates Link Between Gut Bacteria And Depression — February 4, 2019

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Why Do Only Eight Percent Of Cancer Patients In The U.S. Participate In Clinical Trials?

Clinical trials for cancer patients give the opportunity for people to try the newest cancer therapies and receive exceptional care. So why do only 8% of cancer patients enroll in one?

Smokers Less Likely To Survive Dangerous Form Of Skin Cancer Than Non-Smokers

A new study has discovered that smokers are 40% less likely to survive a type of skin cancer than those who have never smoked.

Can Beer Before Wine Really Minimize A Hangover? New Study Gets People Drunk To Find Out

Beer before wine? Or wine before beer? Almost 300 people volunteered to get drunk for science to find out whether the order in which you drink alcoholic beverages affects the severity of your hangover.

Obesity-Related Cancers On The Rise In Millennials

A new study suggests that millennials may have twice the chance of developing obesity-related cancers as the baby boomer generation did at their age.

New Study Indicates Link Between Gut Bacteria And Depression

A new study has suggested that there may be a link between some types of gut bacteria and depression.

An Israeli Company Claims That They Will Have A Cure For Cancer In A Year. Don’t Believe Them.

An Israeli company claims that they will have a cure for all cancers in a year. Here’s why you shouldn’t believe them.

New Liquid Biopsy Test Detects Brain Cancer, But It Doesn’t Use Blood

Standard liquid biopsy tests use blood to detect circulating tumor DNA. This new liquid biopsy for brain cancer uses something different.

Are The Microbiome And Cancer Connected? $25 Million Project Aims To Find Out

Is the microbiome involved in colorectal cancer? A superstar team of researchers backed by $25 million aims to find out.

Scientists Discover A New Potential Way To Stop Breast Cancer Spreading

Researchers have discovered a new way by which breast cancer cells hide from therapy in distant parts of the body, which may lead to new ways to treat them.

Researchers Uncover Major Clue In Predicting Response To Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy continues to be one of the most talked-about therapeutic approaches in oncology, but one niggling issue has been puzzling researchers even since the early clinical trials: Why do patients with seemingly similar cancers respond markedly di…

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