A government panel finds there is little evidence that a common prostate-cancer screening saves men’s lives and instead raises the risk of unnecessary harm
The original American Idol was so starstruck by a video of children with cancer lip-synching to her song, “Stronger,” that she intends to swing by Seattle Children’s Hospital to meet them in person.
New software can digitally “cleanse” a colon, eliminating the muss and fuss of a standard colonoscopy. Ready to book your appointment?
A new study finds that 2 million new cancers in 2008 were caused by preventabe or treatable infections like HPV and hepatits B.
Early detection of prostate cancer can mean survival rates of close to 100%.
An experimental treatment for prostate cancer tumors using high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) shows promise as an effective treatment with fewer side effects than existing therapies.
Researchers say frequent dental X-rays may increase the risk of the most commonly diagnosed brain tumor in adults in the U.S.
The psychological toll of a devastating cancer diagnosis may kill patients before their disease does.
Just 4% of women of childbearing age with cancer take steps to mitigate the risks of infertility inherent in many treatments.
A single treatment to cure all cancers? Scientists may be one step closer.
Don’t discount the health benefits of popcorn — it’s full of fiber and, according to a new analysis, antioxidants too.
Many people take a daily aspirin to reduce their risk of heart attack, but now fresh evidence suggests that the over-the-counter pain reliever may be a powerful tool in cancer prevention as well.