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On this page, you can find recent news concerning the Anticancer Fund, cancer, and cancer therapies.

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RCT offers new guides for patients with general information.

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RCT

To celebrate the first anniversary of the website, Reliable Cancer Therapies (RCT) launches new guides for patients with general information in the hope of offering cancer patients, as well as their relatives, some answers to a wide range of questions and problems.

The RCT website has a new QUESTIONS page

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RCT

From now on you can find a list of questions our team received from cancer patients and their relatives in the QUESTIONS tab.

Recommendation against routine PSA test

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RCT

The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) writes recommendation against routine PSA test for prostate cancer in the US.

Great breakthrough in cancer research

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RCT

Researchers have revealed a new cancer drug for patients with HER2- positive metastatic breast cancer at the European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress 2011 in Stockholm.

New therapies on the website: Autogenic therapy, Biofeedback and Progressive Muscle Relaxation

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RCT

The CAM-cancer summaries for Autogenic therapy, Biofeedback and Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) are now available on the website.

The RCT website is HON-code certified

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RCT

RCT is proud to inform you that our website is from this day on, September 5th 2011, HONcode certified.

RCT signs partnership with Preclinical Oncology Services Ltd

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RCT

Reliable Cancer Therapies (RCT) and Preclinical Oncology Services Ltd (Precos) have signed a partnership agreement. As of July 25th, 2011, Precos will provide scientific validation of existing data on cancer therapies for RCT.

Ipilimumab receives EMA-approval for treatment of metastatic melanoma

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RCT

On March, 28th, 2011 the FDA has approved ipilimumab for the treatment of metastatic (late-stage) melanoma, the most dangerous type of skin cancer. 
The EMA approved this drug on July, 14th 2011.
 

31 May 2011: 'World No Tobacco Day'

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RCT

Today, May 31, is World No Tobacco Day, an initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO). This has been a tradition ever since 1988.
Tobacco use is still increasing widely, even though it can cause stroke, cardiovascular disease and a variety of cancers.

RCT is launching ‘Guides for Patients’ on its website

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RCT

The 'Guides for Patients' are documents containing detailed information relevant for their disease, written in a way that can be easily understood.

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