The new study also found overall between 20 and 30 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer will lose their jobs.
By Kate Sheridan, STAT
It was mid-morning when Carol Vincent, the owner of a small marketing firm in Victoria, British Columbia, sat down and swallowed a capsule full of pure, synthesized psilocybin. Many people are familiar with the “natural” version, found in so-called magic…
By Caleb Hellerman, Global Health Reporting Center
Some cutting-edge research is giving new hope to cancer patients. Researchers are zeroing in on the causes of specific cancers and are finding dramatically different ways to fight the disease. To explain the latest findings, Dr. David Hyman from the…
By PBS NewsHour
When the German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen’s announced his discovery of the x-ray in December of 1895, he was lauded on the front page of just about every newspaper in the world. Indeed, many journalists called this phenomenon “X-Ray…
Dr. Janet Woodcock, chief medical officer of the Food and Drug Administration, discusses how cancer biomarkers may change cancer screening and treatment.
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