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Melissa Etheridge Treated For Breast Cancer      10/09/04

Melissa Etheridge, "Come to my window," has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and as a result, the two-time Grammy winner has cancelled her North American concert tour. more...

Childhood Leukemia Gene Found in Study      10/08/04

Researchers have discovered a genetic mutation that causes an aggressive form of childhood leukemia and said on Thursday it may mean that drugs being developed for Alzheimer's disease (news - web sites) could also provide a better treatment for the cancer. more...

Voluntary Flu Vaccine Rationing Urged      10/06/04

Federal health officials are urging doctors to restrict flu shots to those patients at highest risk from influenza, an appeal for voluntary rationing after the nation's vaccine supply was abruptly cut in half. more...

Reports: Other Drugs May Raise Heart Risks      10/06/04

Scientists in the United States and Great Britain are calling for a fresh look at Celebrex and other medications similar to Vioxx, the heavily advertised arthritis drug pulled from the market last week after a study suggested it doubled the risk of heart attacks and strokes. more...

Bird Flu Kills Nine-Year-Old Thai Girl, 31st Victim      10/04/04

Asia's bird flu epidemic, which experts fear could spawn a human pandemic, has claimed its 31st victim, a nine-year-old Thai girl who had contact with infected chickens at home. more...

Kerry tells newspaper he is free of cancer      10/03/04

John Kerry's doctors have told him he is cured of the prostate cancer that sidelined him almost two years ago and that there is a slim chance it could recur in the next decade, The New York Times said more...

Antibiotics Sold Without Prescriptions      10/02/04

In many Hispanic communities across the United States, people can buy antibiotics as easily as aspirin, with no prescription and no questions asked, new research suggests. more...

WHO Bird Flu Expert Urges Speeding Vaccine      10/01/04

The top World Health Organization (WHO) influenza expert said on Friday drug companies and governments had to speed up production of bird flu vaccines or risk a pandemic which could kill thousands of people. more...

Thailand to Change Farming Ways to End Bird Flu      09/30/04

Hard-hit Thailand plans a campaign to change poultry farming methods as it seeks to stamp out the deadly bird flu virus before migrating wildfowl return during the northern winter, a senior minister said on Thursday. more...

Shock's bid for repeat championship ends in first round      09/29/04

Detroit Shock coach Bill Laimbeer believes his team learned a valuable lesson this season while failing to defend its WNBA title. "They now know what they have to do to win the championship again," Laimbeer ... more...

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