A woman bogged down with an abnormally large tumor is now expecting a full recovery after Danbury Hospital surgeons successfully completed a five-hour surgery to remove it. The benign tumor is one of the largest known tumors to be removed.
An international medical journal retracted 107 research papers from China, citing that the studies, mostly about cancer, are "fabricated."
For decades, Logan went to see several physicians and they had the same answer which is it's just because he is fat. Other surgeons had determined that Logan's 130-pound mass was hopeless.
Researchers from Duke University have genetically engineered a strain of salmonella, which usually causes food poisoning, to fight against the most aggressive and deadliest form of brain cancer, glioblastoma.
Cancer research appears to be a field of medical science that should get considerable attention. After all, nearly 14.5 million Americans have a history of cancer, with more than 13 million estimated new cases every year.
The monster tumor has a skull covering the 1.18-inch brain, which included a tiny version of a cerebellum and a mass that resembled a brain stem.
A team of researchers from the University of Washington has found a benign tumor in the jaw of a 255-million-year-old mammalian beast called gorgonopsian or gorgon, making it the oldest tumor and cancer case ever discovered.
A new study from the University of Chicago and University of Barcelona revealed that people who are suffering from intermittent hypoxia or an irregular lack of air caused by sleep apnea are more likely to develop advanced and deadly lung cancer.
The baby was taken out of the womb for a 20-minute surgery and then returned back for her actual birth.
Tasmanian devils have been dealing with a particularly nasty form of cancer for around 20 years, but recent studies reveal there may be hope just yet as nature takes its course.
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.
Ancient bone in South Africa was found to have cancer, providing evidence that cancer is not a modern disease as previously thought.
Scientists engineered a new weapon against cancer: bacteria that will self-destruct once activated, killing cancer cells.
The relic is the first ever documented proof of tumorous facial swelling in fossils.