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Greek-American Scientist Uncovers ‘Invisible’ Organ Related to Cancer

Scientists in the U.S. - including a gastroenterologist of Greek descent - have announced that they have discovered a new organ which appears to...

Greek Scientist Develops Blood Test to Detect 8 Common Cancers

American researchers, led by Greek scientist Prof. Nickolas Papadopoulos, have developed a single blood test which screens for eight common cancer types and helps...

First Robotic Chest Lobectomy in Greece Successfully Performed on 80-Year-Old Cancer Patient

The first robotic chest lobectomy was performed successfully on an 80-year-old patient who suffered from lung cancer at the Inter-Balkan Medical Center of Thessaloniki...

Deaths from Cancer on the Rise in Greece

One in four deaths in Greece in 2014 were due to cancers, says an ELSTAT report released on Friday. According to the Greek Statistical Authority,...

Greek Scientists to Develop Cancer Drug

Greek scientists from the University of Patras are making a significant effort to help in the battle against cancer by developing an innovative drug....

Record of Cancer Cases in Greece

Greece has a sad record of the biggest rate of lung cancer cases among the male population in Europe. However, this comes as no...

Throat Cancer Cases Caused by HPV

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is responsible for developing a 15 to 20 percent of the total number of oropharyngeal (throat) cancer incidences. Especially, HPV...

Ikaria Man,102(?) Dies 36 Years After Cancer Diagnosis

On Feb. 3, Stamatis Moraitis, the dear "grandpa" of international media, who did not remember his exact age - 98 or 102- passed away,...

Cancer Counts Greek-Australians As Victims

From 2006-10, cancer took the lives of 2,959 residents of Victoria who were born in Greece, records show, illustrating how deadly the disease is...

Greeks Celebrate Completion of $500,000 Pledge to Pittsburgh Cancer Institute

The Pittsburgh University’s fraternity and sorority members celebrated the completion of their $500,000 pledge to the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Thursday night at...