Some 15 million U.S. adults have the condition according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
At least 700,000 people die each year from drug-resistant infections.
As an oncologist, I take issue with how we, as a society, are quick to speak of cancer treatment as a violent "war" the patient must win—or might lose. It's understandable, but it can also be deeply counterproductive.
A huge boost in screenings could see cases of the preventable disease plummet.
The 'Reliable Sources' host railed against "revolting" comments directed against Limbaugh after he announced having advanced stage lung cancer last week.
Between 2012 and 2017 Navy Medicine identified patients who had a positive fecal occult blood test but never received documentation of a "result and next steps."
Fellow scientists have called Mabel Gisela Torres' approach "unethical."
"I was basically getting ready to just die," Cassidy Armstrong said.
"I wish I didn't have to tell you this, and I thought about not telling anybody," Limbaugh said on his radio show. "I can't help but feel that I'm letting everybody down."
Scientists followed the progress of over a dozen cancer patients who took psilocybin.
Experts in the field have hailed the "exciting" discovery but cautioned that it is still at an early stage for cancer immunotherapy research.
While the president has signed increases in cancer research funding, the American Cancer Society says "the impact of those increases are not reflected in the data contained in this report."
"The study found no statistically significant association between genital powder use and ovarian cancer," study co-author Katie M. O'Brien told Newsweek.
John and Allison McDonald, from Stockton-on-Tees, in England became millionaires and then learned their teenage son, Ewan, was cancer free.
The horn was 5.5 inches long.
Tiffany Alberts told police she was trying to get her son moved to a different unit at the hospital where she thought he would receive better treatment.
A brisk walk most days could be important for preventing cancer, Alpa Patel, senior scientific director of epidemiology research, told Newsweek.
Hirotsu Bio Science claims that their clinical trials found the test effective in 85 percent of cases with a single drop of urine.
"I say that having lost a parent to brain cancer after 12 years of fighting, and getting to see just how terrible our Healthcare system is, and I still think he deserves it or worse," Justin Lecea wrote in a since-deleted tweet.
"If these reports are true, it could be a big blow to many millions of people on this drug," an expert said.
Cancer is the primary cause of death in Japan. Researchers found the more a person drank, the more likely they were to develop cancer.
A study based on the medical records of more than 45,000 women found a positive correlation between permanent hair dye and breast cancer—particularly among those who are black.
"Research like this is important, as it could help us to understand more about breast cancer risk and possible new ways to treat it," an expert told "Newsweek."
Contestants are asking "Jeopardy!" viewers to donate $1 for every question they get right during the Thursday and Friday finals.
Aurobindo Pharma USA, Inc. is the latest company to issue a voluntary recall of ranitidine products over concerns regarding "probable" carcinogen NDMA.
A study conducted mostly by researchers from the University of Gothenburg found that obese patients who underwent bariatric surgery to help them lose weight were less likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma.
Any amount of regular running is associated with staving off a premature death, according to a new scientific study from Victoria University.
Carter, the 39th president who just turned 95, said he is "absolutely and completely at ease" with his death.
Six-year-old Darci Jackson passed away of cancer last year, but her picture and name have been attached to an unauthorized GoFundMe account. Now her parents are fighting back against the "sick" scammers who tried to defaud others in their daughter's name.