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Early detection and treatment of cancer increases the likelihood of long-term survival.
Menthol cigarettes, hair-straightening products and more.
Formaldehyde in hair relaxers has been linked to breathing problems, infertility and an increased risk of certain cancers.
Clear link between PFAS (“forever chemicals”), BPA exposures and a prior cancer diagnosis found in large national study.
However, liver cancer mortality has risen for both Latino men and women.
CU Cancer Center member Saketh Guntupalli, MD, was asked to write an expert review for the British Medical Journal.
Black and Latino people diagnosed with multiple cancers had higher mortality than their white counterparts.
African American women’s use of chemical hair relaxers might help explain their higher risk of death from hormone-related cancers.
While expensive new drugs are developed, thousands of people can’t get a drug like cisplatin that costs as little as $6 a dose.
In the near future, it may be possible to design specific diets tailored to individual genomic profiles to starve tumors.
Advances in immunotherapy, new drug approvals and news about hard-to-treat cancers caught readers’ attention this year.
These websites offer education and support for people with uterine cancer, known as endometrial cancer when it starts in the uterine lining.
Black women use hair straightening chemicals more often, notes the NIH study, so the findings may be more relevant to them.
Blood and skin cancers are more sensitive to inhibiting the CDK6 protein. Breast, lung, colorectal and other cancers are linked to CDK4.
One project led by Bradley Corr, MD, uses the ORIEN resource to gather data on a specific mutation of endometrial cancer recurrence.
A new report tracks the most prominent cancers for men and women and finds substantial racial disparities in cancer treatment.
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