Screening tumors could lead to smarter decisions about which cancer treatments will work best for individual patients
The sticker shock of giving Jack another year made the discussion almost academic
A new study links low vaccination to higher cervical cancer rates
"If I die, I die. If I don't, then I don't"
Hugh Jackman is getting the balls rolling on a viral testicular cancer awareness campaign
An even more effective vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer, may be on the horizon, according to new research published in...
Trading in smaller skirt sizes for bigger ones is linked to a higher risk of breast cancer, finds a new study published in BMJ Open. But it’s what underneath the...
The president devoted much of his annual speech to the UN General Assembly to rebutting extremist ideologies
A specific kind of baldness is linked to aggressive prostate cancer, finds a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Researchers analyzed the...
"I don't think there's a family in this community that hasn't had a loved one die of cancer"
The Toronto mayor has said he won't seek reelection amid health problems
In its annual cancer status report, the American Association for Cancer Research highlights new tumor-fighting drugs, and the inevitable spike in cancer cases...
Two new studies make a case against too much medicine
A new study published in Diabetologia shows a link between prediabetes–when blood sugar levels are higher than normal but don’t yet qualify as diabetes–and...
Detecting lung cancer may be as simple of taking the temperature of your exhaled breath, say researchers
Ladies, that swath of fabric snapped around your rib cage is not a death trap. A new study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention found that...
Flying increases exposure to UV rays that could cause melanoma
The donations came out of a crude joke about masturbation
When Jolie announced her surgery to prevent cancer due to a genetic predisposition, she encouraged other women to get checked too, study says
Police arrested Brett and Naghmeh King in Spain, where they had sought an alternative treatment for their 5-year-old son's brain tumor