SELF.com- Jan. 8
One big factor is the decrease in cigarette smoking in the U.S., Matthew Schabath, Ph.D., a cancer epidemiologist at Moffitt Cancer Center, tells SELF. “Over time as fewer people are smoking, the incidence of tobacco-related cancers has been on the decline,” he says. Also posted to Yahoo! Health and Daily Magazine.
Daily Mail-Jan. 8
'The trajectory is different between men and women,' Dr Matthew Schabath, a lung cancer specialist in the Department of Cancer Epidemiology at Moffitt Cancer Center, told DailyMail.com.
OncLive- Jan. 7
Joining me today is Dr Jonathan Strosberg, head of the Neuroendocrine [Tumor] Division and chair of the Gastrointestinal Department of Research Program at the Moffitt Cancer Center and an associate professor at the University of South Florida College of Medicine.
Shelley Tworoger found that women who took low dose aspirin every day had a 23 percent lower risk of ovarian cancer compared to non-aspirin users.
M.D. /Alert/ Reuters Health- Jan. 3
Dr. Peter A. S. Johnstone from Moffitt Cancer Center, in Tampa, Florida, who co-authored an accompanying editorial, told Reuters Health by email, "Existing vaccines, if more widely adopted, could drastically reduce frequency of penile cancer, with its associated life altering sequelae."
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