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YouTube has been running ads on videos promoting bogus medicine, including the claim that donkey’s milk can prevent cancer
Fake cancer cures touted by the videos also included turmeric and baking soda. Once alerted by the BBC, YouTube demonetized 70 of the videos.
Doctors are worried because they're seeing more cases of colon cancer and kidney cancer in young adults. Fast food diets may be part of the problem.
The most common cancer for men is still a mystery to science — but 9/11 first responders are giving researchers fresh clues
Prostate cancer is one of the deadliest that men in the US get. A new study of 9/11 first responders with prostate cancers shows how it may evolve.
This 9/11 first responder had his family’s DNA tattooed into his skin so that he’s never alone while undergoing chemotherapy
Former NYPD officer Johnny Walker is dealing with stage 4 colon cancer after responding to the call on September 11, 2001.
A Florida couple was denied custody of their 4-year-old son with leukemia after they ‘busted’ him out of a hospital and stopped his chemo ...
Taylor Bland-Ball and Joshua McAdams were arrested in May after failing to bring their then-three-year-old child, Noah McAdams, to the hospital.
Heartbreaking photos show a 5-year-old girl comforting her little brother, 4, as he suffers with chemotherapy
Their mother says that although Aubrey doesn't understand cancer, she wants to look after her little brother, Beckett.
Sometimes cancer symptoms are vague or hard to spot. Don't panic, but keep an eye on these under-the-radar signs.
A lawsuit claims a major breast implant maker knew its implants were likely causing cancer, and hid the complaints using fake company names
Allergan reportedly used names like "Costa Rica" and "Santa Barbra" to file reports about their Biocell implants, which have been linked to cancer.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was just treated for a pancreatic tumor, a type of cancer that spreads quickly and is hard to detect
This is the fourth time the Supreme Court justice has been treated for cancer and the second time she's had pancreatic cancer.
Skipping a few meals with intermittent fasting may help people avoid cancer, diabetes, and heart disease
Skipping a meal a day may be a key to living longer and healthier. Scientists are discovering how it puts inflammatory cells to sleep, in a good way.