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The US government’s call for deep nicotine reduction in cigarettes could...

Jonathan Foulds, Penn State The cigarette is the only legal consumer product that – when used as intended –...

Cells become zombies when the ends of their chromosomes are damaged...

Patricia Opresko, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences and Ryan Barnes, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences The Research Brief is...

An expert panel has recommended against taking vitamin E or beta...

Katherine Basbaum, University of Virginia The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force issued a recommendation statement in June 2022 on...

Gut bacteria nurture the immune system – for cancer patients, a...

Kate Ann Markey, University of Washington One promising treatment for patients with blood cancers is stem cell transplantation. Doctors...

‘Masked’ cancer drug stealthily trains immune system to kill tumors while...

Aslan Mansurov, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering Many cancer treatments are notoriously savage on the body....

New insights from biology can help overcome siloed thinking in cancer...

Gerald Denis, Boston University Rarely does an oncologist closely question a breast cancer patient about their blood glucose, body...

How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat cancers, HIV, autoimmune...

Deborah Fuller, University of Washington The two most successful coronavirus vaccines developed in the U.S. – the Pfizer and...

Breast cancer awareness campaigns can do a better job supporting women...

Rachel Kraus, Ball State University Since 1985, cancer-related nonprofits, along with pharmaceutical firms and other businesses, have sponsored an international campaign to observe October as...

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