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“While this approach is not restricted to analyzing tumor tissues, there are obvious applications for better understanding cancer."
A follow-up colonoscopy after a positive FIT test cuts the risk of colorectal cancer death, according to a new study.
My identity is fragmented. I am not sure whether I am part of the brain tumor now or whether the brain tumor is a part of me.
As people living with cancer know, the disease likes to find gray areas and create unusual health problems that aren’t easily solved.
Embryos in the womb can get gene mutations that lead to cancer in adulthood.
I had to miss some cancer meds so I could have hernia surgery, but I’m healing nicely—and there’s other good news!
Over the past decade, the field of mRNA therapeutics has advanced rapidly.
Are the costs of screenings and the potential harms of overdiagnosis justified by the number of lives that could be lost to melanoma?
As you all know, I’ve anguished over the decision to move forward with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for a while now.
Episode 23 with Dale Murphy, 18-year Major League Baseball veteran and 2x National League MVP, and father of eight
Researchers hope to easily identify which colon cancer patients are unlikely to benefit from immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs).
MRI scans might be safer and no less effective than CT scans when used in the years after testicular cancer surgery.
Shinesty has partnered with the Testicular Cancer Foundation to spread awareness of where the sun doesn’t shine
Women in rural vs. urban areas showed differences in colorectal cancer screening adherence and beliefs about cancer, health and screening.
My emotions in the last week or so have run the gamut.
We a shining a spotlight on Mother’s Day as an appeal for those in the prostate cancer community to publicly thank the women in their lives.
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