Cigarette smoking associated with worse outcomes for bladder cancer patients after surgery

Patients treated for bladder cancer with a surgery known as radical cystectomy have worse outcomes if they are smokers, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis by Keck Medicine of USC. The study appeared in The Journal of Urology. “This study is important because while it is known that tobacco smoking is the leading cause […]

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Researchers now better understand ovarian cancer tumors and treatment outcomes

After nearly four years of work, a group of researchers and clinicians from the University of Colorado (CU) published a paper this week in the Clinical Cancer Research that shares findings from research looking at how the composition of ovarian cancer tumors changes during chemotherapy and contributes to therapeutic response. While the standard of care […]

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Ocado: Shoppers are buying more M&S goods than Waitrose after food launch

More customers are buying Marks & Spencer’s products from Ocado than they bought Waitrose goods, the online grocer said today. Two weeks after launching their joint venture, Ocado said “the weighting of M&S products in the average Ocado basket is higher than Waitrose prior to the switchover, reflecting positive customer reaction to the addition of […]

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Apple’s new App Store guidelines carve out loopholes for xCloud, Stadia, and other apps that Apple had blocked

Apple has issued new rules for its App Store in an attempt to address many of the issues that have come up over Apple’s governance of its digital storefront for iPhone devices, with updates for game streaming services, new rules for online classes, and fewer restrictions for in-app purchases on free email apps, which was […]

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