Just as you should never drive or ride in a moving car without buckling your seat belt, you should never go out into the sun without applying sunscreen.
Doctors report that results from a new study found most women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can safely skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of beating the disease.
The lower age puts the cancer group out sync with recommendations from an influential government advisory group, which says screenings should start at 50.
The Baltimore jury deliberated for about an hour Friday before awarding Kelly Rankin $113,400 in damages on her wrongful termination claim against The Home Repair Solution Inc.
Two Northern Virginia women have founded 2Unstoppable, a website that aims to help women with a cancer diagnosis stay active and strong.
Here are some things to know about the ruling and how it might affect you.
A Los Angeles judge has determined that coffee companies must carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a chemical produced in the roasting process.
At Children’s National, doctors have developed a diagnostic tool to reduce the frequency of ordering CT scans. The scans check for concussions after head injuries but put children at a greater risk of developing cancer.
Dyes are being tested to make cancer cells light up so doctors can cut them out and give patients a better shot at survival. With dyes, “it’s almost like we have bionic vision,” said Dr. Sunil Singhal at the University of Pennsylvania.
Grants will provide $15,000 to each of the state’s 24 school systems. The technology helped one Montgomery County girl keep up with her studies as she battled cancer.
“He is a tough old person,” the Arizona lawmaker’s son told The Arizona Republic this week. “I usually use the term ‘bastard.’ He’s a tough old bastard. And he has an indomitable spirit. It is impossible to keep the man down.”
A new study concluded that treating early-stage prostate cancer with either surgery or radiation offers negligible benefits. The concept of prostate cancer risk typing, however, must be factored in.
Thousands walked, jogged and ran in this year’s Race for the Cure, a 5K which raises funds for cancer research and allows participants to show support for those impacted.
“I cried and cried,” said the teacher, Michelle Wistrand. “I feel blessed and I am just so thankful to have them in my life. I could not have taken these trips, there’s no way. They blow me away with their kindness.”
Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died Tuesday in Switzerland after a battle with cancer, his children said. He was 89.
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