Single mom hails cancer in pregnancy for saving her life after abuse ordeal
Nia Williams survived triple cancer while pregnant, and said this experience helped her find herself after years of emotional abuse, despite being in her 20s.
Man shares most depressing find at thrift store: "My heart sank"
"I mean you see a mug like that for sale instead of smashed it brings up a few questions," Broderick told Newsweek.
Cervical Cancer Could Be Eliminated in the U.S. in 20 Years
A huge boost in screenings could see cases of the preventable disease plummet.
New Inexpensive Cancer Screening Kit Uses Blind Worms That Smell Urine
Hirotsu Bio Science claims that their clinical trials found the test effective in 85 percent of cases with a single drop of urine.
This Test Uses Blood to Find Cancer Before Any Symptoms
This liquid biopsy can detect cancer faster and earlier, giving patients the best chance of recovery.
If You Want to Survive Cancer, Here's Where to Live
Hint: the best places to live are exactly where you'd expect.
Overweight Women May Have More Difficult Breast Tumors
Yet another study in the controversial world of mammography screening.
Colonoscopies Before 50 May Be Key for Early Diagnosis
Normally linked to older ages, colorectal cancer is inexplicably killing more younger adults.
Many Women With Breast Cancer Treated Needlessly
Many women with breast cancer detected by a mammogram are treated unnecessarily, because screening tests found slow-growing tumors that are essentially harmless.
Why Parents Not Talking About Vaginas Is Deadly
A staggering proportion of young women were never told about gynecological health or the female anatomy at home.
Most Aggressive Form of Prostate Cancer on the Rise
A new analysis suggests infrequent screening has resulted in an increase in the number of men diagnosed with a form of the disease.
HPV Infections Increase Risk for Head and Neck Cancer
New research finds certain types of the human papillomavirus make a person 22 times more likely to develop oropharyngeal cancer.
Greek Health Minister Suggests Penalizing Cancer Patients Who Missed Screenings
Patients diagnosed with cancer could be fined half the cost of their treatment.
Breast Density Not So Significant in Cancer Risk
Additional tests aren't essential for all women with this risk factor.
Personalized Cancer Treatment, Driven by a Blood Filter the Size of a CD
The CTC-iChip lets doctors perform "liquid biopsies" to home in on the precise genetic nature of a patient's cancer.