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One way to reduce your risk of developing cancer is to avoid certain foods, like processed and packaged convenience foods, meat, and alcohol,
Johnson & Johnson is being investigated by the SEC over fears its baby powder may cause cancer — here’s how worried you should be
Baby powder is made with talc, a mineral that can contain asbestos fibers. But the science is far from settled on whether talc contributes to cancer.
Scientists in Singapore could soon develop method to stop cancer cells from evolving and becoming drug-resistant
“The cancer cells behave like chameleons, altering their gene expression and cell behaviour to overcome drug treatment," a researcher said.
Scientists are learning that eating organic might be tied to a lower cancer risk, but there are some big caveats
A study of nearly 69,000 French people suggests that a diet rich in organic fruit, vegetables, nuts, and legumes may be linked with a lower risk of breast cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Researchers Jim Allison and Tasuku Honjo have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work in cancer immunotherapy. "I was really just trying to understand the immune system," Allison said on Monday.
The FDA just approved a new treatment for an advanced form of skin cancer. The drug, Libtayo, is a checkpoint inhibitor, a kind of drug that's part of a new class of cancer medications known as immunotherapy. It's made by Regeneron and Sanofi.
The keto diet could make certain cancer treatments more effective in mice, a study found — and a human trial is moving forward
A study of mice who stuck to high-fat, low-carb, low-sugar diets suggests that the keto plan might help boost the performance of tumor-killing drugs. This fall, scientists plan to start a similar trial of the diet in humans.
We’re getting new treatments for ‘a disease that once was definitely a death sentence’ — but it comes with a big price tag
A new report finds that global spending on cancer therapies rose 18% to $133 billion in 2017. The global market for cancer is projected to reach $200 billion by 2022.
People are worried that a chemical compound called asparagine, found in asparagus (and other food), might be linked to breast cancer. Here's what we know.