Johnson & Johnson is well-known for its hygiene products. However, if the products that are used to keep oneself clean can cause cancer, would definitely be a different story.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that a new gene therapy could potentially target a type of inherited and incurable breast cancer known to affect younger women.
A state jury in Missouri did not think that evidence linking talcum powder with ovarian cancer was strong enough to require Johnson & Johnson to put warning labels on its products. This is a victory for the company after it lost three previous, similar lawsuits in St. Louis.
There is an increased risk of at least 11 types of cancers among people who are obese.
An ovarian cancer diagnosis for a 17-year-old changed her life overnight, and can serve as an example to women worldwide to be aware of the symptoms of the condition.
Intimacy is essential for the quality of life for every person, especially those who are still on treatment for cancer.
A meta-analysis of several studies showed that breastfeeding has benefits for mothers and their children.
A large ovarian cancer-related screening involving 200,000 women over a 14-year period claimed that blood screening reduces risk of death by 20% but data remained largely vague and inconclusive.
A large trial has concluded that screenings for ovarian cancer can effectively lower death risk.
An analysis of metabolic profiles of hundreds of ovarian tumors has helped in devising a new test that would determine whether ovarian cancer cells have the potential to metastasize, or spread to other parts of the body.
Researchers reported that women with irregular menstrual cycles have a higher risk of death from ovarian cancer.
Researchers have uncovered the cause of a very rare type of ovarian cancer that most often strikes girls and young women, according to a new study.
A new report concluded that obesity could be a "probable" cause of ovarian cancer.
A new study found that women who took a low-dose aspirin per day reduced their risk of ovarian cancer.
Researchers found that women who suffered from invasive breast cancer were 39 percent more likely to develop a tumor in a different region of the body.