Cancer

Find out everything there is to know about cancer and stay updated on the latest cancer research with the comprehensive articles and informative features at LiveScience.com. Learn more about this potentially fatal disease as scientists and doctors continue to make amazing discoveries about cancer.
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Ten Questions to Ask Your Doctor After a Cancer Diagnosis
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August 19th, 2014
If diagnosed with cancer, these questions can help you "prepare for battle."
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Cancer-Fighting Diet: 6 Tips to Reduce Your Risk
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June 30th, 2014
Here are six science-supported tips for eating healthy to reduce your risk of cancer.
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Cancer Patients Finally Get the ER They Deserve (Op-Ed)
 James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
October 10th, 2014
A new type of ER is emerging, one that addresses the added risks faciing cancer patients.
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Little-Known Skin Cancer Affects Dark-Skinned People
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August 9th, 2014
Yes, even people with dark skin can get skin cancer.
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It Takes a Lot More Than Carrots to Beat Cancer (Op-Ed)
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June 24th, 2014
Many studies suggest that consumption of fruit and vegetables is associated with a reduced risk of a variety of cancers, but there is little chance that the key to preventing these deadly diseases has been on our dinner plates the whole time.
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Tree Bark May Hold Key To New Melanoma Treatment
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June 3rd, 2014
An antimicrobial substance in pine tree bark may have a use for treating skin cancer.
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Can Cycling Crimp Sex for Men?
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September 17th, 2014
Cycling's small seats have long provoked caution in men — but is that fear misguided?
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Cellphone Radiation Might Be a Drag on Sperm
Sperm cell fertilizing eggs.
June 11th, 2014
New research suggests that carrying around a cellphone in your pocket could lower sperm motility and viability.
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