An 82-year-old woman was told her hair was too short and too gray to donate after she gave herself a buzz cut in the name of cancer research.
A pair of Canadian labs have announced a successful production run of a rare isotope used to fight cancer.
Geoffrey Girnun was taken into custody Thursday on charges of stealing state and federal government funds, wire fraud and money laundering.
The goal is to raise awareness about the link between obesity and cancer.
Tumors exposed to a chemical in the bacteria were comparatively smaller.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
By 2035, an estimated 4.5 million women and 4.8 million men will be diagnosed with the disease.
Dr. David Margolis launched Rocks for a Reason just two weeks ago and has already collected $125,000 for pediatric cancer care
It will cost the NHS an estimated £2 billion in treatments.
Public Health England (PHE) has urged workplaces to stop "vapers" from mixing with traditional smokers.
Researchers will be able to improve understanding and diagnoses of diseases such as cancer and dementia.
The president benefited from a breakthrough drug. New cancer drugs cost $200,000 for each additional year of life.
In his final State of the Union address, the president said he is announcing a new national initiative to cure cancer "once and for all."
Using molecular scissors to edit immune cells has reversed blood cancer in a London baby.
And despite what you may have read, neither is nearly as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.
A hideous rodent may hold the secret to cancer.
Drs. Joshua D. Shiffman and Matthew Breen answer questions submitted using hashtag #CancerQs.
Some species get cancer all the time; others, rarely at all. A young researcher in Salt Lake City is trying to figure out why.