The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, approved in 2006, protects against strains of the virus responsible for 70% of cervical cancers. But what about the remaining 30%?
Taking pills with the non-psychoactive elements, not smoking it.
Commuting to work everyday could be giving you lung cancer
Katie Couric was right about colonoscopies. They aren’t fun, but they lower cancer risk and save lives.
The latest status report from the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) shows that most cancer deaths are avoidable.
Researchers say working out and a little coffee might help fend off the disease
Anyone who has taken an alcohol-breathalyzer test knows what a snitch breath can be.
Ovarian cancer is treatable is detected early, but 70% of cases aren’t diagnosed until it’s too late. A promising blood test may change that.
For the first time, there’s evidence that screening smokers may save them dying of lung cancer.
Jealous of your long-legged peers? Turns out they may not have won the gene pool after all.
The latest map of all the genes involved in a set of tumor cells exposes which mutations drive cancer and how to possibly treat them.
A seeming epidemic is probably just an illusion—albeit a tragic one