Scientists are reporting that they have found another type of contagious cancer in the Tasmanian Devil.
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
A sick toddler has made a miraculous recovery after receiving a kiss from Pope Francis, the family from Philadelphia said.
A fatty tumor has been developed around this man’s neck due to consumption of one liter of white spirit everyday
Breast cancer patients' risk of recurrence have fallen from the 1980s to the early 2000s, a new study reported.
A team funded by Cancer Research UK and the Rosetrees Trust discovered that lung cancer can stay hidden for more than 20 years before they progress aggressively.
One thyroid tumor case could uncover clues on how researchers can use drugs to more effectively treat cancer.
The U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has added four more substances to its list of carcinogens.
Researchers have identified microRNAs that may cause colon polyps from turning cancerous, according to a new study.
According to a new study, patients with oropharyngeal cancer that have achieved complete response after undergoing radiation therapy do not need neck surgery for lumps.
According to a new study, researchers found that prohibiting the nerves from sending signals via surgery or Botox could potentially slow down the progression of stomach cancer.
A new study reported that injecting a modified version of a bacterium directly into a tumor can create an anti-tumor response in rats, dogs and humans.
Researchers in a new study, have explained why brain tumors are more frequent in males and are more harmful than similar tumors in females.
Incorporating spicy foods into one's diet can add many health benefits.
The best way to cure maximum cases of cancer is to surgically remove the tumor. However not every time surgeons are able to extract the entire tumor which leads to local recurrence.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.