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"Common prostate cancer treatments suppress immune response and may promote relapse" - this unusually significant headline of a recent article in the always objective and constructive on scientific sources Information Service "Medical XPress" is causing a stir: a study by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center (USA According to) many of the default conducted drug (chemo) therapy against prostate cancer lead to a weakening of the immune system and thus pave a relapse (renewed cancer growth) the road.

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Every sixth cancer caused by infections, which would largely preventable or treatable. This is the result of a study that was published in the journal "Lancet Oncology".

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Scientists fear the next twenty years, a dramatic increase in cancers in the world. The rate of new cases could grow to 2030 by 75 percent, according to a study published in the online edition of the journal "Lancet Oncology" in mid-March 2016th

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If one increases in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease the number of regulatory T cells, so the occurrence of cognitive impairments can be decelerated. This provides a new therapeutic approach to Alzheimer's treatment.

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Psoriasis is one of the most common autoimmune diseases. Many sufferers hope for more targeted therapies. Researchers have now identified an antigen, sitting on the pigment cells of the skin and the immune system attack causes apparently.

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Doctors warn of the dangers and recommend not consuming alcohol for several days a week.

Every seventh adult drinks too much, about 1.8 million Germans can be considered dependent on alcohol: The dangers of alcohol consumption even in small quantities are severely under-estimated according to medical and addiction experts.

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With certain types of leukaemia, new cancer cells are continually formed from a few cells. An American research team discovered that. At the same time, scientists succeeded in identifying these so-called cancer stem cells in a form of blood cancer.

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