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My doctor is out to get me!

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A Disease of Considerable Antiquity: Cancer Detected in a Nubian Skeleton

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The Biggest Public Health Stories of 2013

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Deadly dose? No. Here’s what we’re really wondering about the HPV vaccine.

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Endometrial Cancer Development, Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnosis in Infants, and Patient Care Improvement

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Hallmarks of Cancer: Where do Parasites fit in?

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RNA-Based Therapies Meet the 21st Century

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Science shouldn’t be a luxury ; Knowledge shouldn’t be a commodity

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Protecting consumers from misleading “mind over cancer” info from “peer-reviewed” journals

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Is Financial Protection for Cancer Enough?

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