In the latest in Glioblastoma cancer, scientists use genetically modified Salmonella bacteria to kill brain tumors.
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 UCLA-led study confirmed that immunotherapy drug Keytruda demonstrated greater effectiveness with less treatment-linked side effects than the standard chemotherapy medicine docetaxel.
New study presented at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium yielded data which suggest that early breast cancer treatment by way of breast conserving surgery with radiation leads to higher survival rate among patients than mastectomy does.
Long-term survival from pancreatic cancer has failed to improve in the last four decades, says a new report.
Johnson & Johnson is once again reminding doctors to steer clear of certain medical tools used to perform a hysterectomy or fibroid-removal surgery.
Researchers found that Denmark's program promoting bystanders to perform CPR on cardiac arrest patients in non-medical settings increased survival rates.
Researchers reported that the more a nation spent on health care, the lower the cancer mortality rate became.
In the longest, follow-up study, researchers found that melanoma patients on ipilimumab treatment can survive up to 10 years.
Researchers discovered that people who suffer sudden cardiac arrest have higher survival rates at traditional fitness centers.
Scientists have now discovered another reason why seeds eaten by birds and spread across the landscape fare better than those that fall near parent plants.
The UK reports that more men are developing bowel cancer over the past 35 years.
Researchers discovered that the activation of a protein in the body can lead to excessive inflammation, which is harmful to the body.
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