Jimmy Carter's latest scan showed no signs of cancer.
Consumption of fiber-rich foods in adolescence significantly reduces the likelihood of breast cancer in later adult life according to a study published in Pediatrics.
Cancer killed nearly 7,500 people from China per day in 2015.
Scootsdale mother received the diagnosis of her 4-year-old son and found that he has a rare form of eye cancer, retinoblastoma
American Red Cross announces emergency after its blood and platelet reserves dry up as a result of severe winter condition.
A two-year old toddler from Dudley, Northumberland, UK inadvertently suffers from another life threatening liver disease as a result of repeated blasts of chemotherapy to treat neuroblastoma.
A government-commissioned study in Japan shows that the average cancer survival rate for 10 years is 58.2% but maintains that mortality still varies according to cancer type.
A new study should that one in seven diagnosed are younger than 50 years. A second study found fecal testing an effective tool for colon cancer detection.
Bad news for the couples! Oral sex can increase your risk of head and neck cancer significantly, said a new study
New study suggests that oral human papilloma virus (HPV) infection linked to HPV 16 increases the risk for head and neck cancer 22 times indicating a strong causal role in development of other cancers than was previously known.
Using scented candles in closed homes during winter may be releasing carcinogens, say expert studies.
Diclofenac, a drug taken for body pain, can be useful as an anti-cancer drug, say researchers.
As he renewed America’s ‘national commitment’ to cure cancer in his last State of the Union address, President Barack Obama officially endorsed Vice-president Joe Biden to lead the effort.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers revealed that hookah is more harmful than cigarette smoking as it exposes you to more tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide than the cigarette
Federal health officials released new mammogram guidelines recommending breast exams every two years for average-risk women starting at 50 amid dissenting expert opinions from medical groups.