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Screening Black women for breast cancer starting at age 40 would decrease deaths by 57%.
The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer documents about $16 billion in direct patient costs and $5 billion in lost time.
The AACR asks the CDC to recommend COVID-1i9 vaccine boosters for cancer caregivers as well as anyone who lives with someone with cancer.
Some types of lymphoma are considered AIDS-defining illnesses, but that doesn’t mean they’re caused by HIV itself.
Cancer research has seen enormous strides in the past 50 years, but disparities persist and COVID-19 has led to setbacks.
Seventeen years after two nurses saved a toddler with acute myeloid leukemia, a tweet revealed the depth of her parents’ gratitude.
It is difficult, if not impossible, to imprint on others the what-it’s-likeness of cancer, in my case, brain cancer.
Advocates praise California lawmakers for passing the nation’s first Cancer Patients Bill of Rights.
Dena Battle, a kidney cancer patient advocate, used to worry incessantly about cancer. Then, her husband was diagnosed.
Collins has led the NIH under three presidents over more than 12 years.
A dog’s sensitive nose is more accurate in diagnosing prostate cancer than an electronic nose designed for the task.
In animated PSAs for early colorectal cancer screen, Chuck D and Pete Colon reach out to Black and Latino Americans.
February is a great time to give yourself a chance to get healthy.
Third booster dose may improve immune response in cancer patients without sufficient protection after second dose.
Nearly all cancer patients recovered from COVID-19, according to the Arkansas registry. The CDC rounds up other findings and concerns.
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