The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows the U.S. is making progress in controlling some tumors, but rates of human papillomavirus–related cancers remain stubbornly high.
Latest study adds to growing understanding of potential link between World Trade Center debris and cancer
Your breath may hold clues to a lot more than what you ate for lunch.
“Chemo brain” is a well-known side effect of cancer treatment, but is chemotherapy to blame?
Like some cancer patients in states where it’s allowed, Mykayla Comstock uses cannabis as part of her treatment.
A study explores the occupations with the strongest links to breast cancer.
Colonoscopies prevent cancer and save lives, but patients don’t like them. Could less invasive screening tests work just as well?
The test results were crystal clear, and still the doctors didn’t know what to do. A sick baby whose genome was analyzed at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia turned out to possess a genetic mutation that indicated
Sophisticated new DNA testing can tell parents whether their babies are at increased risk of cancer, dementia and other diseases that may not strike until adulthood
The internet can widen the pool of organ donors, so one woman is hoping she’ll find her liver match online
There hasn’t been strong evidence to support the idea that vitamins can combat cancer—until now.
A sequencing study of breast-cancer-tumor genomes suggests that cancers should be categorized by their genetic heritage, rather than where they reside in the body