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Scientists are developing a new device that could help breast cancer patients who experience a loss of sensation after having a mastectomy.
A new study suggests that the gene activity in healthy tissue surrounding tumors could better predict whether a patient's lung cancer might return after surgery.
New guidelines from the American Cancer Society suggest millions more people should get yearly lung cancer screenings than were previously recommended to.
A new analysis of screening tests for four types of cancer suggests that only one actually increases life span, on average. But what do scientists think?
Cancer treatments aim to kill tumor cells, and the immune system is tasked with getting rid of the resulting corpses.
The topographical features of DNA in the body may dictate where and when cancer-causing mutations appear in its code.
In a new study, stopping skeletal-muscle cancer cells from making a specific protein forced them to turn into healthy muscle cells.
As men get older, they can lose Y chromosomes in a portion of their cells. This could be helping certain cancers evade the immune system.
Artificial intelligence models can use breast imaging data to pinpoint those at highest risk of getting breast cancer in the next five years, better than a standard approach.
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