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[Australia] Study finds smoking gun for oesophageal cancer

Queensland researchers have found that sudden “chromosomal catastrophes” may trigger a third of oesophageal tumours, the fastest rising cancer in Australia. Dr Nic Waddell, who led the study with Professor Sean Grimmond at The University of Queensland’s
HealthCanal.com
added Nov 2, 2014 10:09
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Nicotine-mediated cell proliferation and tumor progression in smoking-related cancers.

nicotine, the major addictive component of tobacco smoke, can induce cell-cycle progression, angiogenesis, and metastasis of lung and pancreatic cancers...These observations highlight the role of nAChRs in promoting the growth and metastasis of tumors an
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
added Oct 12, 2014 11:50
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Spatial and temporal diversity in genomic instability processes defines lung cancer evolution

Spatial and temporal dissection of the genomic changes occurring during the evolution of human non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may help elucidate the basis for its dismal prognosis.
Science
added Oct 10, 2014 10:50
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Lung cancer's long hibernation may be its weak spot

sit dormant in a person's lungs for decades, waiting to diversify and spread. The discovery sounds scary but could actually be key to reducing the disease's devastating toll, raising the possibility of early detection, screening and maybe even preventativ
New Scientist
added Oct 10, 2014 10:48
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Lung Cancer May Lie Dormant for 2 Decades

This dormancy can end when new, additional genetic mistakes occur and trigger rapid cancer growth, the researchers said. During this sudden growth, different genetic errors appear in separate parts of the tumor. Each of these areas evolves differently, a
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 9, 2014 15:56
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Organic Cation Transporter Variation and Response to Smoking Cessation Therapies

The functional OCT2 Ser270Ala polymorphism is nominally statistically significantly associated with abstinence in European-ancestry treatment-seeking smokers after adjustments for pharmacotherapy, demographics, population genetics, and without adjustment
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 4, 2014 20:58
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Damaging legacy: maternal cigarette smoking has long-term consequences for male offspring fertility

This study represents the first comprehensive animal model of maternal smoking on male offspring reproductive function, suggesting that exposure during the gestational/weaning period causes long-term defects in male offspring fertility. This is due to a c
Human Reproduction
added Oct 1, 2014 07:19
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22nd Century Group Enters Cannabis Space

Joseph Pandolfino, Founder and CEO of 22nd Century Group, stated, “The main reason 22nd Century was attracted to Anandia’ s proprietary technology is that it gives us a level of exclusivity in the cannabinoid biosynthetic pathway in cannabis similar to w
Business Wire
added Sep 19, 2014 18:00
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Study: Rare Blood Type May Slightly Raise Dementia Risk

People with blood type AB, which includes about 4 percent of the population, appear to have an increased risk for memory problems as they age. ...Those with memory and thinking impairment in the study were also more likely to smoke and to have high blood
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 12, 2014 09:33
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A Preliminary Exploration of College Smokers’ Reactions to Nicotine Dependence Genetic Susceptibility Feedback

This pilot study is the first to show among light college smokers that receipt of genetic susceptibility feedback to nicotine dependence potentially curbs smoking without producing detrimental effects.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 12, 2014 02:13
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