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“We wanted to understand how these precancerous cells may impact neighboring cancer,” says Christian Young, PhD.
Could this be true?
A voluntary registry would track cancer rates among those working in one of the most dangerous professions.
Use by adolescents poses a concern: Medical experts say some users will transition to tobacco products, which are closely linked to cancer.
New genetic testing from Invitae shows how genetic abnormalities in prostate cancer patients can affect both future and family cancer risks.
The FDA wants to help separate fact from fiction to when it comes to methods used to quit smoking.
Monsanto’s herbicide faces thousands of such claims.
National Institutes of Health scientists use epigenetics to help predict disease development.
A study found that people who had the largest increase in whole grain lowered their liver cancer risk by nearly 40 percent.
As treatment options evolve, so too does the push to better understand firefighters’ increased risk to certain cancers.
When taken together, the results of the study indicate that being female is a risk factor for early-onset melanoma.
Screening for precancerous conditions is a routine part of medical exams, especially as people age.
Black women face additional burdens along their risk-management journey, researchers say.
The benefits? Risk is assessed more rapidly and at a cheaper cost.
However, the study showed that psychological distress was not a strong predictor of cancer.
Quitting smoking may not be easy, but it is possible.
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