Whether women in their 40s benefit from getting mammograms to detect breast cancer is quite controversial, but a new study attest in favor of more frequent screening in this age group.
A new WHO report found that women aged 50 and up are living longer today than they did decades ago.
Researchers identified five biomarkers that might be able to help researchers screen people for Parkinson's disease before symptoms develop.
In a new major study, researchers found that the aging gene might be responsible for increasing one's risk of developing blood cancer.
Cancer Research UK reported that the survival rate for testicular cancer in the UK is now 96 percent.
Survival rates for malignant melanoma in the UK has risen from 50 percent to 80 percent.
Connor Levy is the first IVF baby born after doctors used a new genetic screening method that is significantly cheaper and still effective than other options.
Researchers found that the body's immune system response to tuberculosis could be tied to one's ethnic background.
Researchers believe that blood tests could possibly detect sexually transmitted oral cancers years before the cancer is detectable.
Study reports that if hospitals disinfected all ICU patients, the rate of infections would be reduced significantly.
Task Force recommends doctors incorporate alcohol screening during routine physicals.
A new study found four more genetic variants tied to testicular cancer.
In the past, the association suggested that all men over the age of 40 should ask about the screening.
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend HIV screening at age 15.
An estimated 13.7 million people in the United States have survived cancer, with that number expected to swell by 37 percent in just a decade.