Mummies could provide answers to many questions about different diseases, including cancer. In order to study ancient cancers, a scientist made her own mummy using mice.
The U.S. public drinking water is officially unsafe. A new study reveals that the water Americans consume every day contains industrial chemicals linked to cancer and other health problems.
Ancient bone in South Africa was found to have cancer, providing evidence that cancer is not a modern disease as previously thought.
The FDA recently approved a new synthetic THC product in liquid form to be used for treating ailments.
Researchers have discoverd evidence of the oldest evidence of cancer and bony tumors in humans belonging to a 1.7 million years old foot bone and 2 million years old Australopithecus sediba child.
A new study suggests that visual screenings for skin cancer do not offer enough evidence in preventing cancer-related deaths.
Dr. Kate Granger managed to raise money for her cancer fundraising campaign but she died days after hitting the target.
Scientists engineered a new weapon against cancer: bacteria that will self-destruct once activated, killing cancer cells.
An unrestricted high-fat Mediterranean diet can reduce risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer, health experts said.
A new study reveals that benefits of e-cigarettes outweigh risks, reducing smoking-related deaths by 21%.
A new study suggests that statins might reduce the risk of dying in patients with bowel, breast, prostate and lung cancer.
Researchers found that dancing the tango may help cancer patients regain some balance after cancer treatment.
A new preclinical trial showed that FAK inhibitor used in conjunction with immunotherapy and chemotherapy can increase the survival rate of patients with advance pancreatic cancer.
A new Harvard Medical School study suggests that eating one ounce of tree nuts four to five times a week can lessen mortality risk of prostate cancer by 34 percent.