The cancer moonshot Blue Ribbon panel releases a 10-point plan for fighting the multifaceted disease, as Congress deliberates the funds for the initiative.
By Nsikan Akpan
There is a new way to treat hormone-sensitive breast cancer in young women in the early stages of the disease, according to a study released Sunday by the National Institutes of Health.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
First Comprehensive Genetic Analysis of Breast Cancer Could Change Treatment…
It was President Nixon's "Christmas gift to the nation." On Dec. 23, 1971, he faced the television cameras in the East Room of the White House and declared "total national commitment" to finding a cure for cancer and the funds…
By Jason Kane
By PBS NewsHour
New cancer rates in the United States have declined for the first time and the cancer death rate among men and women has continued to drop, according to an annual report on cancer published Tuesday in the Journal of the…
Dr. Anna Barker, deputy director of the National Cancer Institute, discusses how cancer biomarkers -- changes in the body's cells that can indicate cancer -- may improve cancer screening and treatment.
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