Oncology

U.S. Cancer Death Rate Falls by 27 Percent in 25 Years

The gradual decline is attributed to the fact that fewer people people are smoking, as well as to improvements in treatment and early detection, according to the American Cancer Society's annual report.

The 'LinkedIn' for Cancer

'Super responders'—patients whose recovery is so remarkable it defies expectation—are being used to help design better-targeted cancer treatments.