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home:diseases:cancer [08.03.2019]
sallieq [Evidence of infectious cause]
home:diseases:cancer [02.06.2020]
sallieq [Research]
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 This result provides a new idea on the anti-tumor mechanism of olmesartan, which may be used as a novel therapeutic target of cervical cancer. ​ (({{pubmed>​long:​28304186}})) This result provides a new idea on the anti-tumor mechanism of olmesartan, which may be used as a novel therapeutic target of cervical cancer. ​ (({{pubmed>​long:​28304186}}))
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 +Research has shown that the renin-angiotensin system is implicated in a wide range of biological processes and diseases. ​ [[https://​oatext.com/​pdf/​ICST-4-231.pdf|
 +Renin-angiotensin system and cancer]]
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 ====Safety of olmesartan==== ====Safety of olmesartan====
 <​mainarticle>​ [[home:​protocol:​olmesartan:​safety|Safety of olmesartan (Benicar)]] </​article>​ <​mainarticle>​ [[home:​protocol:​olmesartan:​safety|Safety of olmesartan (Benicar)]] </​article>​
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 Cancer kills when it is "​invasive,"​ spreading from primary sites to other sites and proliferating there. The only sure way to know the disease is cancer is to allow it to progress to a point where there is no question one has a proliferative disease. Clearly, this is not a tenable option as at a certain point, it is impossible to intervene. However, the risk of a false positive is also great. Chemotherapy will destroy the immune system, allowing microbes to multiply and leading to greater chronic inflammation when chemotherapy is discontinued. These two considerations have to be balanced, and it is a matter of debate whether many oncologists fully appreciate this balance. It is worth noting that false positives increase the apparent "​success rate" of oncology, and there is therefore limited incentive to minimize them. Cancer kills when it is "​invasive,"​ spreading from primary sites to other sites and proliferating there. The only sure way to know the disease is cancer is to allow it to progress to a point where there is no question one has a proliferative disease. Clearly, this is not a tenable option as at a certain point, it is impossible to intervene. However, the risk of a false positive is also great. Chemotherapy will destroy the immune system, allowing microbes to multiply and leading to greater chronic inflammation when chemotherapy is discontinued. These two considerations have to be balanced, and it is a matter of debate whether many oncologists fully appreciate this balance. It is worth noting that false positives increase the apparent "​success rate" of oncology, and there is therefore limited incentive to minimize them.
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 +Papillary carcinomas are a special histological type of breast cancer, and have a relatively good outcome. (({{pubmed>​long:​22025283}}))
  
 ====Screenings not as effective as touted ==== ====Screenings not as effective as touted ====
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