"With increasing medical marijuana legalization, marijuana may be substituting for opioids for cancer-related pain," a researcher said.
At 28 weeks pregnant, Emmy Rhiannon Burbidge, from the UK, felt a walnut-sized lump on the top of her left breast.
Ted's eye didn't look swollen, irritated or like it was protruding, it just looked different than it did before.
Over 13 million people have watched the heart-warming moment on Instagram.
"Wife's breast cancer appointment cancelled Monday, which means all breast cancer appointments are cancelled on Monday," said an angry husband.
An unusual side effect of the cancer drug nilotinib has been revealed in a medical case report.
Janet Sykes, 44, assumed her headaches and a sense of confusion had been caused by spending too much time in the hot sun.
The worker claimed that another manager was allowed to work from home permanently after she broke her foot hitting a volleyball.
Uriya, 4, was diagnosed with leukemia in the middle of the pandemic after her face appeared strangely swollen.
The findings shed fresh light on why lung cancer claims more lives than any other form of the disease.
All 12 patients had their rectal tumors disappear after treatment with new experimental drug in small-scale study.
A British woman who thought her sore throat and swallowing issues were due to tonsillitis was shocked to discover she had a rare blood cancer - at just 24.
The famous actor provided the painting so Stace O'Brien could sell it and raise funds for a special kind of cancer treatment.
Cannabotech's idea is not to replace existing cancer treatments but to enable a patient to have fewer treatments.
Natasha Stacey—a beauty therapist and mother of two—was diagnosed with a tumor on her spine that has since spread to her brain.
"Love It or List It" presenter Hilary Farr, 69, has spoken out about her breast cancer battle for the first time, seven years after her diagnosis.
Andrew McAslan was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma earlier this year. This weekend he joined in a fundraiser that raised $3.4 million to search for a cure.
A patient on the trial of the immunotherapy drug combination described the "amazing moment" he was told his throat tumor had "disappeared."
Our government must not allow erratic, precedent-setting FTC malfeasance to unduly harm patients or the trust of the business community.
A pair of Canadian labs have announced a successful production run of a rare isotope used to fight cancer.
The indictment charges claim that name-brand drugs intended to treat conditions for cancer, HIV and mental illness were obtained through an underground market, fraud, burglary and cargo theft for resale purposes.
Abraham Heifets is using artifical intelligence to ensure the safety of cancer patients while they undergo treatment.
Running story by Dave Freedman on how a combo of AI, genomics and immunology have brought us to the threshold of being able to solve just about any form of cancer; the catch is that each one will be expensive.
"'Targeted delivery' is one of the grand challenges in cancer research."
Researchers implanted cancer cells in mice and then stimulated the reward circuits in their brains every day over two weeks. They observed a powerful response.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
Misleading headlines might encourage patients to alter their treatment—with potentially tragic consequences.