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.
Several mutations in the most aggressive form of the disease may respond to drugs used for other cancer types.
The CTC-iChip lets doctors perform "liquid biopsies" to home in on the precise genetic nature of a patient’s cancer.
Scientists found a positive correlation between taking supplements and the risk of getting testicular cancer.
Jolie, 39, said she had gone public with her decision to tell other women about the options available to them.
The figure updates previous findings that said more than one in three U.K. residents would get the disease.
Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill woman who made recent headlines for spending her last days advocating for the right to die, took life-ending medication on Saturday, as planned.