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Proteins in milk and blood could one day let doctors detect...

Danielle Whitham, Clarkson University Doctors may someday be able to use bodily fluids to noninvasively detect breast cancer in...

Treatment can do more harm than good for prostate cancer − why...

Jinping Xu, Wayne State University Although about 1 in 8 men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate...

Radiation therapy takes advantage of cancer’s poor DNA repair abilities –...

Behzad Ebrahimi, University of Chicago and Mark Korpics, University of Chicago Nearly half of all cancer patients undergo radiation...

Cancer in kids is different from cancer in grown-ups – figuring...

Ranjini Bhattacharya, University of South Florida Cancer arises when cells accumulate enough damage to change their normal behavior. The...

Many people think cannabis smoke is harmless − a physician explains...

Beth Cohen, University of California, San Francisco Though tobacco use is declining among adults in the U.S., cannabis use...

Skin cancer screening guidelines can seem confusing – three skin cancer...

Enrique Torchia, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Neil Box, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and Tamara Terzian, University of Colorado...

WHO expert cancer group states that the sweetener aspartame is a...

Paul D. Terry, University of Tennessee; Jiangang Chen, University of Tennessee, and Ling Zhao, University of Tennessee The World...

Hip-hop and health – why so many rap artists die young

A.D. Carson, University of Virginia The song “Be Healthy” from the 2000 album by hip-hop duo dead prez, “Let’s...

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