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New data show 46,000 cancer cases could be prevented each year if Americans exercised least 5 hours each week.
The immunotherapy is now approved to treat tumors with a specific genetic mutation anywhere in the body.
New checkpoint inhibitor Jemperli is approved for cancers with deficient mismatch repair mechanism for fixing damaged DNA.
IUDs were even more effective at preventing endometrial cancer in women with a precancerous condition.
Using birth control correlates to a small increase in breast cancer risk but a larger, permanent drop in ovarian and endometrial cancer.
Keytruda can treat women whose endometrial cancer cells have certain characteristics.
Adagrasib targets a specific cancer-causing mutation, while VS-6766 interferes with multiple steps in a cell growth signaling pathway.
Women who took this drug in addition to standard chemotherapy lived longer than those who just received standard chemo.
Cancer Health spoke with the Foundation for Women’s Cancer about gynecologic cancer education, prevention and eradication.
A consortium of health providers and researchers hopes to raise public awareness of how exercise can benefit those living with cancer.
Keytruda plus Lenvima is first approval under Project Orbis collaboration.
Some of the most common and deadly cancers receive little attention and resources.
But much needs to be done to help cancer survivors live longer and healthier lives.
A genomic sequencing program revealed a genetic mutation that was able to be successfully treated with a checkpoint inhibitor.
Incidence is increasing for six of 12 obesity-related cancers, including colorectal, kidney and pancreatic.
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