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Stage III breast cancer survivor Amanda Enayati turned her life around by seeking stories of women who beat the odds.
Women who experienced trauma and six to seven posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms were more likely to develop ovarian cancer.
The link between the two was stronger among women with this sleep disorder.
Between 1970 and 2009, melanoma rates increased nearly 10-fold among women under 40.
It is estimated that 12,000 lives could be saved annually in the U.S. if all individuals eligible for lung cancer screening received it.
Women with a genetic tendency to wake up early may be protected against this cancer.
It is important to identify this need for sexual health support and address the gap in care with resources, says study author Lindsay Welton
The findings do not say that obesity causes cancer; other associated lifestyle factors may also contribute to increased risk.
Researchers have developed a new model that more accurately estimates HPV infection trends.
Nancy Davidson, MD, on improving outcomes for women with breast, lung and colorectal cancer
Priscilla K. Brastianos, MD, is driven to find cures.
Christine M. Lovly, MD, PhD, is targeting lung cancer.
Angela J. Waanders, MD, MPH, is tackling pediatric brain cancer.
To improve overall health and longevity, replace sweetened beverages with water and other sugarless drinks.
For Women’s History Month we are celebrating current and former Damon Runyon scientists.
However, successful treatment of HIV, including having a high CD4 count, may buffer against such a risk.
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