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AbbVie just stopped enrolling patients in a late-stage trial of a high-profile lung cancer drug after patients had shorter survival results on the drug.
Over the weekend, Iliana, 10, who has Stage 4 cancer, went to a salon. In a post, her family says salon employees made fun of her appearance.
The pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline just acquired the cancer-drug maker Tesaro for $5.1 billion in a bid to bulk up its cancer pipeline.
The FDA just approved a drug that targets cancers based on DNA, rather than where the tumor is in your body
The FDA just approved a new cancer treatment in an unconventional way: not by tumor type, but rather by the genetic mutation the drug targets.
I tried a test that let me peek inside my microbiome, the ‘forgotten organ’ that scientists say is the future of medicine — and what...
I tried a gut-microbiome test kit from uBiome, hoping to learn more about the trillions of organisms in my digestive tract. I came away surprised.
California resident Hector Hernandez thought he had a beer belly until a visit to USC's Keck School of Medicine revealed it was a cancerous tumor.
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.
Prostate cancer is a lot easier to treat during the earlier stages. Here are five early signs of prostate cancer.
A mother is reminding people to vaccinate their children after her cancer-stricken daughter caught measles
Nicole Stellon O'Donnell used Twitter to explain the importance of vaccines for children after her daughter got the measles and was quarantined.
A superstar ex-Facebook and Google exec is trying to upend a $24 billion industry with devices that spot disease sooner — and she’s alread...
A brush with death inspired ex-Facebook and Google executive Mary Lou Jepsen to embark on her latest initiative at a San Francisco-based startup called Openwater.