The tragic death of Joseph "Beau" Biden from brain cancer this week highlights the mysteries of this uncommon yet often lethal form of cancer.
Genes that control the length of telomeres, which protect our chromosomes, may also affect people's risk of brain cancer, a new study finds.
Teens who take longer to reach their full height may be at increased risk for certain types of brain tumors later in life, a new study suggests.
The risks are so insignificant that they equal nearly one new case of cancer for every 100,000 people in a decade.
People who are prone to the sniffles and sneezes they bring on could have a reduced risk of developing brain cancer, according to a new study.
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