Commuting to work everyday could be giving you lung cancer
The latest status report from the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) shows that most cancer deaths are avoidable.
Anyone who has taken an alcohol-breathalyzer test knows what a snitch breath can be.
Fewer women are dying of childbirth-related health issues, but a World Health Organization (WHO) report says more can be done to improve women’s health by addressing more than reproductive concerns.
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.
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.
Experts don’t advise that young children get tested for a well-known breast cancer gene mutation. But if mothers are tested, should they tell their kids, who have a chance of carrying the same mutation?
There’s a revolution occurring in cancer treatment, and it could mean the end of chemotherapy.
Researchers at Stanford University say infertility may put some men at higher risk of developing brain, prostate and testicular tumors as well as melanoma and lymphoma.
It’s called ibrutinib, and it’s a potential breakthrough in treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) that could leave patients with fewer side effects than chemotherapy.
Another study is adding to the growing body of evidence that CT scans in childhood can be linked to cancer later on.