Women's risk of breast cancer was highest about 5 years after childbirth, and lasted more than 20 years, compared with women who have never given birth, and breastfeeding did not appear to attenuate the risk, a large pooled analysis found.
Roughly 4 out of every 10 Americans believe that cancer can be cured through alternative remedies alone, according to a recent survey on views and opinions surrounding cancer and its treatment.
No single food can prevent cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a difference.
Ferdinand "Ferd" Becker Jr., MD, a retired facial plastic surgeon who lives in New Orleans, has one of the scariest biopsy/prostate cancer stories I've ever heard.
Cancer patients who refuse conventional therapies and turn to natural remedies are more likely to die sooner, research shows.
Death rates from liver cancer increased 43% for American adults from 2000 to 2016, according to a report released Tuesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics. The increase comes even as mortality for all cancers combined has declined.
People who eat dinner before 9 p.m. -- or at least two hours before going to sleep -- have a 20% lower risk of breast and prostate cancer than those who eat after 10 p.m. or go to bed shortly after supper, researchers found.
Mind over matter? Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have linked positive emotions with cancer remission.
In breakthrough, researchers in Technion lab of Nobel laureate Aaron Ciechanover discover proteins that affect cancerous cells' growth and development
CHICAGO -- Prostate cancer screening for asymptomatic men was the subject of controversy as members of the American Medical Association (AMA) wound up their annual House of Delegates meeting Wednesday.
CNN) — Promising new research enables scientists to use a blood test to screen for different types of cancers at early stages.
Many women with early-stage breast cancer who would receive chemotherapy under current standards do not actually need it, according to a major international study that is expected to quickly change medical treatment.
The USPSTF recommends that, to reduce the risk of false positives and unnecessary complications from prostate cancer screening and treatment, physicians and their male patients aged 55-69 years
Exposure to the kind of blue light emitted by outdoor LEDs, smartphones and tablets may increase your risk of breast or prostate cancer, a new study suggests.