Researchers believe diclofenac can aid in treating cancer with chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
The EU watchdog and experts continue to debate over the safety of glyphosate, an ingredient commonly found in Roundup.
Pop-rock genius and avant-garde British musician, David Bowie, breathed his last following a year and a half battle with cancer two days after the release of his farewell album Blackstar
DNA sequencing firm, Illumina Inc., creates a spin-off company, GRAIL, to develop of what might be the world’s first accessible and universal blood tests to detect early signs of cancer.
The health regulator banned the use of three types of a certain chemical that is used in pizza boxes to prevent them from becoming soggy. FDA held these chemicals are unhealthy.
A new report by American Cancer Society revealed a 23% drop of cancer deaths nationwide since the recorded peak in 1991 but continues to be the biggest killer among Americans in 21 US states.
People who have undergone an organ transplant are more likely to die from cancer, a new study
According to the new research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says that many of us put off weight loss until the excess weight has already done the damage that wanted to evade in the first place. Many conditions linked to obesity such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer and other such diseases have already been set in motion.
A newly published research suggests that sugar-enriched Western diet is closely linked with higher breast cancer risks and metastasis to the lungs.
A new study claims that death risk can be lowered by about 40 percent.
Experts argued that there is no concrete evidence that cancer screenings reduce overall death rate.
The study was conducted on twins followed between 1943 and 2010 in Nordic countries. It found testicular cancer carried the highest familial risk.
The structure of an important enzyme that is undergoing genetic expression has been disclosed.
Fructose could potentially speed up cancer growth, a new study is reporting.
University of Glasgow scientists have found a link between pets who live in a smoking environment and their chances of developing diseases such as cancer, weight gain and cell damage