An aging population coupled with improved treatment methods mean more people will survive cancer. But at what cost?
Men who lose their hair may have more to worry about than just vanity, especially if their balding starts early.
Group-think is that latest trend in cancer research. This week’s cover story, available to subscribers, explains why such team efforts are becoming a necessity, and why it hasn’t always been this way.
A vaccine that thwarts cancer cells has so far proved to be better in theory than in practice, and researchers may finally understand why.
Latest study adds to growing understanding of potential link between World Trade Center debris and cancer
Why would someone pretend to be a cancer patient who became pregnant after being raped by her uncle?
Like some cancer patients in states where it’s allowed, Mykayla Comstock uses cannabis as part of her treatment.
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 new Danish study offers some reassurance to women using hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopausal symptoms: the treatment may not only ease discomfort from hot flashes, but early use also appears not to increase women’s …
Survivors of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, as well as the first responders, construction workers and volunteers who helped rescue and recover 9/11 victims and clean up the site, have even more reason to be hopeful today.
The latest research on caloric restrictions shows that near-starvation diets may not be the Fountain of Youth