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                    Cutting the legs off cancer
Melanoma skin cancer tumors grow larger and are more likely to metastasize due to interactions between a pair of molecules, according to experiments in mice and human cells. The results may restore the potential for a type of cancer therapy previously abandoned in clinical trials. The results also implicate one molecule already connected to obesity and dementia as a potential cause of metastasis, or spread of cancer cells to other areas of the body.
                
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                    #newsYour family medical history gives you important clues in finding out if you have an increased chance of developing certain cancers. Learn more and start a conversation this #FamilyHealthHistoryDay: https://t.co/Ua8OFLxrRy #Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/wZoqsMRfLL— CDC Cancer (@CDC_Cancer) November 22, 2018
                
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                    It’s estimated that over 14,300 people will be diagnosed with #melanoma in 2018. Find out more about one of the most common and preventable #cancers in Australia: https://t.co/dWDNNwvnpr #NationalSkinCancerActionWeek pic.twitter.com/g9IjWdgol6— Cancer Australia (@CancerAustralia) November 22, 2018
                
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                    The National Cancer Institute has released information about new funding opportunities for Fiscal Year 2019 related to the #CancerMoonshot: https://t.co/fr6tS3gkWq #cancerresearch pic.twitter.com/8ZtRxJHU0G— National Cancer Institute (@theNCI) November 22, 2018
                
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                    New data on stage of #LungCancer at diagnosis shows that 42% of cases were diagnosed at a late stage. Find out more here: https://t.co/ilkStQRF22 #NCCI pic.twitter.com/zczk0medxD— Cancer Australia (@CancerAustralia) November 21, 2018
                
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                    Smoking cigarettes causes coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath.

Help keep your lungs healthy, so you can help cheer on your team. 🏈

Visit https://t.co/8TbWzw8Z1w for help staying smoke-free. pic.twitter.com/unvEMmXpyo— FDA Tobacco (@FDATobacco) November 21, 2018
                
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                    About 1 out of 4 nonsmokers in the U.S. are exposed to secondhand smoke.

Keep your friends and loved ones free from secondhand smoke this #ThanksgivingDay. 🦃

Visit https://t.co/9D54om4UCj for FDA approved products to help you begin the journey to being smoke-free. pic.twitter.com/5qFFxsR95x— FDA Tobacco (@FDATobacco) November 21, 2018
                
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                    Quitting smoking is part of a healthy lifestyle. Eating healthy foods is another. They work together (and can even compliment each other!). Read more: https://t.co/xewWov5rrZ #BeHealthy #HealthJourney pic.twitter.com/8QMskt2TnV— SmokefreeUS @NCI (@SmokefreeUs) November 21, 2018
                
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                    #WisdomWednesday Smoking causes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
It’s never too early or too late to learn more about COPD.
This #WorldCOPDDay learn more about how to keep your lungs healthy and smoke-free at https://t.co/8TbWzw8Z1w pic.twitter.com/gLfGigE7kz— FDA Tobacco (@FDATobacco) November 21, 2018
                
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                    #news#LungCancer is treated in several ways, depending on the type of lung cancer and how far it has spread. Learn about the types of lung cancer, and how it is treated: https://t.co/qcNNjn4ACh #LungCancerAwarenessMonth pic.twitter.com/LOwCThUwt5— CDC Cancer (@CDC_Cancer) November 21, 2018
                
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                    We are thankful for each one of you. 💛
                
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                    #prevA #cancer diagnosis can give you all these emotions:
Overwhelmed
Denial
Anger
Fear and Worry
Hope
Stress and Anxiety
Sadness and Depression
Guilt
Loneliness
Gratitude
There are ways to cope: https://t.co/qkd09bFmg1 pic.twitter.com/Md5FZ2Ysvc— NCI Prevention (@NCIprevention) November 21, 2018
                
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                    'We chose to have a memorial leaf for Mum because it serves as a constant reminder as to why raising money to fight ovarian cancer is important. It’s a comfort to us that mum is remembered for the very special person she was.' If you'd like to dedicate a brass leaf on our tribute tree to a loved one like Carole did, find out more information here - https://www.targetovariancancer.org.uk/fundraising/remember-someone-special/our-tribute-tree
                
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                    #prevIf someone in my family has cancer, am I likely to get cancer, too?
Not necessarily. Cancer is caused by harmful changes (mutations) in genes. Only about 5% to 10% of cancers are caused by harmful mutations that are inherited from a person’s parents. https://t.co/Uxr8KAu2Ir pic.twitter.com/FHLDelfJoo— NCI Prevention (@NCIprevention) November 21, 2018
                
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                    The holidays are a good time to talk about your family health history including risk for cancer -- @CDC has a tool from the Surgeon General to help you make a Family Health Portrait. https://t.co/Ez69fRfQDD pic.twitter.com/Eqzh9Y3ce7— NCI Prevention (@NCIprevention) November 21, 2018
                
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                    New @NCICCR_WMB #clinicaltrial tests treatment for patients with #ovariancancer or peritoneal mesothelioma: https://t.co/mEizoUERqj pic.twitter.com/ZezPeQ88Rh— NCICancerTrials (@NCICancerTrials) November 21, 2018
                
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                    About 1 out of 4 nonsmokers in the U.S. are exposed to secondhand smoke.

Keep your friends and loved ones free from secondhand smoke this #ThanksgivingDay. 🦃

Visit https://t.co/9D54om4UCj for FDA approved products to help you begin the journey to being smoke-free. pic.twitter.com/5qFFxsR95x— FDA Tobacco (@FDATobacco) November 21, 2018
                
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                    Give thanks for more than just turkey this year & drop your tobacco habit for good! Your body & mind will be #thankful for YOU.
                
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                    #FACT Lung cancer kills more women than any other type of cancer. The top cause of lung cancer is smoking.

During Lung Cancer Awareness Month, discover advice, tips, and support for women to stay smoke-free at https://t.co/McLhzajKMz#LCAM pic.twitter.com/8cGs2YHS2s— FDA Tobacco (@FDATobacco) November 21, 2018
                
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                    #prevThe holidays are a good time to talk about your family health history including risk for cancer -- @CDC has a tool from the Surgeon General to help you make a Family Health Portrait. https://t.co/Ez69fRfQDD pic.twitter.com/Eqzh9Y3ce7— NCI Prevention (@NCIprevention) November 21, 2018