A new large-scale study suggests genetics play a role in more than 20 different types of cancer.
Degeneres has chosen to give the $200,000 donation associated with the People’s Choice “favorite humanitarian” award to St. Jude.
A group of experts say the agency’s stance on limiting the use of power morcellators forces women to undergo more invasive and risky procedures.
Bean-counting over drug costs ought to be abhorrent to anyone who calls himself a physician.
The European Food Safety Authority nevertheless proposed new limits on the amount of residue deemed safe for humans to consume.
And despite what you may have read, neither is nearly as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.
Eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer in humans; red meat is a likely cause of the disease.
A hideous rodent may hold the secret to cancer.
Some of the best medicine is being practiced by doctors whose patients aren’t human.
Some species get cancer all the time; others, rarely at all. A young researcher in Salt Lake City is trying to figure out why.
Researchers are investigating centuries-old alcoholic beverages for potential medicines.
Genetic engineering will enable industrial-scale production of a previously hard-to-make pharmaceutical.
Cancer experts expressed hope after learning that former President Jimmy Carter's melanoma would be treated with Merck & Co's Keytruda drug.
"I've had a wonderful life. I've got thousands of friends," the 90-year-old former president says.
Study on mice finds that an irregular sleep pattern speeds up tumor growth.
“I would get blasted on the stuff and be happy as a clam, no problems,” said former cancer patient Jeff Moroso.
The occasional cigarette is still harmful to one’s health.
Condolences pour in on social media while the White House creates an “In Memory of Beau Biden” page.