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Older Women Are in Luck! Mammograms Work Better for Them — Health Check

Are mammograms actually effective? Several conflicting studies have come out in the past few years, leading some to pose this question. Don’t fear though ladies. An even newer study from Dutch researchers indicates that they do work, but older women might be getting more out of them.

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Lung Cancer Is Officially No Longer Just a ‘Smoker’s Disease’ — Health Check

While most cases of lung cancer occur in smokers, nearly 20 percent of cases strike those who’ve never touched a cigarette. When it comes down to the facts, 32,000 nonsmoking Americans die from lung cancer every year — so many that experts say it’s time to stop calling it “the smoker’s disease.”

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’2 Stories 1 Glory’ Concert To Benefit Local Cancer Victim [PHOTOS]

Did you know that cervical cancer is the 5th most common cancer in woman worldwide? It's the 8th most common cancer in woman in the United States! With statistics like this there is no better reason then to throw a benefit concert to help save the life of one of our own Wyomingites, Angel Graves, and other afflicted by this horrible disease.

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Watch Out Guys, Birth Control May Be Causing Prostate Cancer — Health Check

Researchers discovered that countries with the highest numbers of women using oral contraceptives also have the highest rates of death from prostate cancer. What does this mean? They think estrogen from the urine of women who take birth control pills could be to blame.

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Hair Stylists and Barbers Could Be Weapons in War Against Skin Cancer

A new study reveals hair stylists and barbers are excellent detectors of skin cancers on the scalp, neck and face, areas often difficult to see by others.

Two hundred stylists and barbers in Houston, TX were surveyed, and researchers found that although few of them had been formally trained to spot cancer, more than half had already found cancerous moles or lesions on clients.

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Study: More False Alarms with Annual Mammograms

A new study supports getting mammograms every other year instead of annually.

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Pap Remains Best Test for Cervical Cancer

There's more news on cancer screening tests — this time for women.

Scientists advising the government say a Pap test is a good way to screen young and middle-aged women for cervical cancer, and it's only needed once every three years. But they say there is not enough evidence yet to back testing for HPV, the virus that causes the disease.

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Award Winning Documentary Creators Provide Free Childhood Cancer Training [AUDIO]

A Lion in the House is an Emmy Award-winning feature documentary spanning six years in the lives of five American families who each have a child fighting cancer. 

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Jasons Friends With A Big Year [AUDIO]

Over 1000 bowlers raised between $215-220,000 to assist Wyoming families with children suffering from brain or spinal cord tumors and childhood cancers

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