Widespread screening for "scrutiny-dependent" cancers — those for which the harder you look the more you find, and the more of what you find is harmless — causes another problem, two leading cancer experts argue in a paper published on…
By Sharon Begley, STAT
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 10, President Donald Trump reiterates his support for Roy Moore, two days before the Alabama special Senate election. Also, bitcoin launches on futures market and doctors hope to increase participation in cancer trials. Hari…
By PBS NewsHour
Scientists at the University of California, San Francisco have uncovered documents demonstrating that members of the sugar industry called off a study in the 1960s because it linked sucrose -- a common sugar -- to heart disease and bladder cancer…
By Teresa Carey
Similar to a doctor’s physical exam, the BiliScreen app examines the eyes for a yellowish hue called jaundice, a symptom of improper pancreas and liver function.
By Dr. Amber Robins
By Larisa Epatko
For a child, a cancer diagnosis can be the stuff of nightmares. So doctors in Russia have started using a doll to demonstrate treatments, answer questions and try to ease fears.
By Laura Santhanam
Health care providers around Houston and across Texas cobble together resources for patients of cancer and other chronic illnesses who have been displaced after Hurricane Harvey.
By Anita Snow, Associated Press
Sen. John McCain's packed agenda while on break from Congress in his home state of Arizona has hardly been the schedule of a typical brain cancer patient - or even someone about to turn 81.
By Nsikan Akpan
Many outlets have described John McCain's tumor as "aggressive." Here's why.
By Associated Press
McCain's office said late Wednesday that the 80-year-old senator had been diagnosed with cancer.
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