A doctor used television and social media to reach out to a woman and urge her to seek medical help for a lump on her throat. It turned out she had thyroid cancer and she had no idea.
Women below 49 years old are now more likely to get lung cancer than men from the same generation. And no, researchers say that smoking doesn't quite explain the role reversal.
Keeping your child sequestered away in a super clean home may do more harm than good. New research shows that not priming the immune system in early childhood may lead to its malfunction and the development of childhood leukemia.
The secret for the cure of chronic disease, diabetes, and even pancreatic cancer may lie in vitamin D treatments. The vitamin can reportedly treat damaged beta cells, which is behind high glucose levels in diabetes.
A new survey shows that most oncologists don't feel knowledgeable enough about the benefits of medical marijuana on their cancer patients. Scientific evidence on cannabis for cancer is scarce, although anecdotal evidence are plentiful.
With the positive result of their study, the researchers claim that their new method can also be used DNA damage caused by other environmental toxins.
Researchers from Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah have developed a new drug that can potentially be used as a standalone or combination treatment against a common blood cancer.
Eliminating the protein Tudor-SN from cancer cells slowed down their growth and division.
Light or filtered cigarettes are actually more fatal than the traditional, unfiltered ones
Patients with high blood platelet levels more likely to be diagnosed with cancer within a year.
Based on a study, African-American women who drink 14 glasses of alcoholic drinks are likely to develop breast cancer. Those who drink less than four glasses are not.
An international medical journal retracted 107 research papers from China, citing that the studies, mostly about cancer, are "fabricated."
Paxman Scalp Cooling System were able to prevent chemotherapy-induced hair loss in more than 50 percent who used it.
United Kingdom Health Authorities found out that the products contain excessive levels of sunset yellow and benzoic acid, which are known to be carcinogenic. In addition, the drinks could be poisonous when mixed with Vitamin C.