To eliminate dissimilarities in screening guidelines that create confusion among health care professionals and the general public, the American Cancer Society has created a new process for creating trustworthy cancer screening guidelines.
The 2011 Great Prostate Cancer Challenge events nationwide have raised nearly $2 Million for ZERO -- The Project to End Prostate Cancer. This will be put towards cancer research and awareness.
Scientists at the Yale School of Public Health report that tanning beds are not only linked to melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, but may raise the risk for basal cell carcinoma, a more common skin cancer, by 70 percent.
New research has some researchers questioning whether “chemo brain,” a mental haziness, is due to the specific drug treatments, or possibly to the cancer itself.
Researchers from Northwestern University found that many breast cancer patients quit medications because of side effects that include joint pain, hot flashes, decreased libido, fatigue, night sweats and anxiety.
"Could This Be The End Of Cancer?" Scientists say that vaccines could hold the key not just to a cure but to wiping out cancer forever.