Cancer

Skin Cancer

Does Having Skin Cancer Mean You’ll Get Other Cancers?

Yes, basal cell skin cancers are very common and treatable, but we’re learning that they can be a warning for other, more dangerous types of cancer.

Cancer Prevention

Can Organic Food Prevent Cancer?

Does consuming fewer pesticides truly matter? Now a French study connects the dots to fewer cases of cancer.

Breast Cancer

An Oncologist Shares Her Personal Story About BRCA

Oncologist Pamela Munster often must give unsettling test results to her patients. Then one day her own test came back positive.

Cancer Treatment

A “Game-Changing” Cancer Drug Gets Fast-Track Approval

The FDA has just rushed approval of a new cancer drug developed not to treat cancer by its location, but to target a specific genetic defect.

Cancer Prevention

When You Eat Dinner Affects Your Cancer Risk

Has a hectic schedule pushed your dinnertime later and later into the evening? You could be increasing your cancer risk.

Breast Cancer

You Survived Breast Cancer…Here’s How to Stay on Top of Your Health

A surprising number of women aren’t taking one simple life-saving step to protect themselves.

Prostate Cancer

Genetic Testing After Prostate Cancer

Advanced genetic testing can help guide prostate cancer treatment and alert family members to be tested to determine their own cancer risk.

Cancer

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Cervical Cancer? Not So Fast!

Two important trials on cervical cancer surgeries found results so surprising that one was stopped early.

Cancer

Cell-Phone Use Linked to Signs of Oxidative Stress in Saliva

How much time do you spend talking on your cell phone? (By talking, I mean having a spoken conversation, not…

Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Diagnosis? How to Get Needed DNA Testing

There are two reasons breast cancer surgeons don’t order genetic testing—and neither one is good. Here are two steps you can take to help yourself.

Cancer Treatment

Cancer Blood Test Advances: From Screening to Treatment

The science is evolving so rapidly that soon a blood test might screen for cancer as easily as it does for cholesterol.

Breast Cancer

For Most Older Women with Breast Cancer, Brain Function Stays Intact After Chemo

Breast cancer treatment can have a variety of side effects, but how does it affect brain health? This new research offers some intriguing findings…

Cancer Prevention

HPV: The Killer That We Don’t Talk Enough About

The link between HPV and cervical cancer is well known, but it’s just the beginning of potential cancers that could develop.

Cancer Treatment

Is Massage Really Safe for People with Cancer?

Cancer treatment is often grueling, but massage can offer relief from pain and more. Here’s how to find a qualified massage therapist…

Lung Cancer

Breakthroughs in Lung Cancer

Lung cancer kills more men and women than any other type of cancer. But with new treatments, people are now living longer. Read on for details…