Adolescents Who Wouldn’t Have Smoked May Be Drawn to E-Cigarettes

| August 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
Adolescents Who Wouldn’t Have Smoked May Be Drawn to E-Cigarettes

The findings from a recent study suggest that adolescents are not just using e-cigarettes as a substitute for conventional cigarettes but that e-cigarettes are attracting new users to tobacco products.
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A Holistic Approach to Cancer Health Disparities

Recognizing that complex factors underlie health disparities, NCI is taking a holistic approach in our efforts to address this serious public health issue.
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Adjuvant Chemotherapy Modestly Improves Survival in Some Men with Prostate Cancer

Giving some men with prostate cancer chemotherapy after standard treatment with radiation and hormone therapy modestly improves how long they live, according to results from a new NCI-funded clinical trial.
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