Suggests a new review published in the journal Nature.

Cancer sector total fraud exposed: Almost all ‘scientific’ studies fail to be replicated The vast majority of so-called scientific studies centered on tumor research are inaccurate and potentially fraudulent, suggests a new review published in the journal Nature. A shocking 88 % of 53 ‘landmark’ research on cancer which have been released in reputable journals through the years cannot be reproduced, according to the review, which means that their conclusions are patently false. C for hemangioma in infant . Glenn Begley, a former head of global cancer study at drug huge Amgen and writer of the review, was struggling to replicate the results of 47 of the 53 studies he examined. It looks like researchers are simply fabricating findings which will garner attention and headlines instead of publishing what they in fact discover, which assists them to maintain a steady blast of grant funding but deceives the general public.

The observed decrease in the incidence and loss of life rates from all cancers mixed in women and men overall and in nearly all racial and ethnic groups is highly encouraging, the authors create. However, this should be seen as a starting place than a destination rather. A dual approach shall be needed to maintain and extend this improvement into the future. Second, ongoing research is required to improve our current ways of prevention, early recognition, and treatment. .. Cancer declines for first-time in United States The entire incidence of cancer and death due to cancer dropped for the first time in men and women in the usa, according to a written report published in the November 25 online problem of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

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