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Cancer research provides the basis for when and how often to screen to save the most lives, while minimizing risks.
The more information you have about your family history of cancer, the better your doctor can help you understand, manage and reduce your cancer risk.
Drinking alcohol of any kind—liquor, beer or wine—is a leading risk factor for developing cancer, but few are aware of the risk.
Knowing how to react when a loved one tells you they have cancer can be difficult. Here are some helpful suggestions for knowing what to say or do in order to be the most caring we can be.
Some people like the idea of taking an at-home colorectal cancer screening test over getting a colonoscopy. But are the at-home tests just as good?
The results of a recent study support the use of PSA screening in preventing advanced-stage prostate cancer and deaths from prostate cancer.
Knowing how to react when a loved one tells you they have cancer can be difficult. Social worker, Eileen Matteo, offers some helpful suggestions.
University Hospitals creates innovative immunotherapy onsite to help patients’ own bodies fight cancer.