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Third-generation Mexican Americans were about 66% more likely to develop liver cancer compared with the first generation.
The increased uptake of recommended screening strategies would help to reduce the burden of cancer in the United States.
In “Curing Cancerphobia,” risk expert David Ropeik argues that we are overscreening and overtreating the feared disease.
The EPA is set to limit PFAS—linked to cancer risk—in drinking water to barely detectable levels. Can water utilities meet the standard?
Microplastics have been shown to cause physiological changes in the gut that can increase the risk of colorectal cancer.
One of the biggest obstacles to screening for people who want to get examined is the expense and wait time.
Reviewing colorectal cancer from an anthropological lens.
Though not associated with overall cancer risk, the two conditions were linked to a 6% higher risk of lung cancer.
A study shows the need for appropriate training of clinicians and screening for people living alone or in social isolation.
UCSF researchers update Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium model with new risk factors for BMI and extended family history.
PFAS, which don’t break down in the environment and can build up in the body, have been associated with health problems such as cancer.
Maintaining blood sugar levels and minimizing possible diabetic complications can have a positive impact on colorectal cancer outcomes.
One of the most effective ways to increase awareness of these tips is through health education.
EBV causes chromosome breakage that can trigger a cascade of genomic instability leading to tumor growth.
AssessYourRisk, developed by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, uses a simple quiz to assess a users’ risk of breast or ovarian cancer.
Proposal aligns with President Biden’s Cancer Moonshot by reducing toxic exposures known to cause cancer.
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