The finding suggests that public-health efforts advocating sun protection are changing behaviors among Millennials and Post-Millennials.
Cook for Your Life, a website that teaches healthy cooking to cancer patients and their families, has become part of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
If several members of your family have had breast or prostate cancer and particularly if there are any incidences of male breast cancer, talk to your doctor.
Lymphedema is incurable, but compression stockings, sleeves and gloves help prevent complications such as swelling and infection. But they’re expensive.
Manufacturers have spend millions to market 3D mammograms even though they haven’t been shown to be more effective than traditional mammograms.
Most women know to check for breast cancer and to get a yearly pap smear to check for cervical cancer. But few are aware of the risk of endometrial cancer.
The association between eating chicken and a lowered breast cancer risk may because of eating less red meat — not some protective factor in chicken.
New research underscores the risks that modern wildfires pose to firefighters’ long-term health, including an increased risk of cancer.
The radio frequencies powering 5G will be well below the exposure limits known to cause harm.
While proton therapy has been shown to be effective for prostate cancer, no consistent advantage has been seen for either long-term survival or quality of life.
It’s possible to take precancerous cells back in time, so to speak, to identify the genetic mutations that triggered their transformation.
Measles is worrisome to cancer patients because those receiving chemotherapy or recovering from a transplant may have weakened immunity.
Pancreatic cancer remains a major cancer killer, but advances are happening, writes cancer specialist.
Since her diagnosis with advanced ovarian cancer, she chose to forgo treatment for palliative care, It’s a choice made by fewer than 2% of patients.
Breast cancer survival rates among all U.S. women have improved, but the gap between white and black women has grown: Black women are 40% more likely to die.