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An at-home screening test for colorectal cancer may be as good an option as a colonoscopy, a new review study finds.
An Israeli biotech company said that it believes it will have a cure for cancer within a year, but experts contacted by Live Science say that's highly unlikely.
Scientists in Switzerland say they have turn aggressive cancer cells into harmless fat in a mouse model.
U.S. cancer death rates have declined continuously for the last quarter of a century, according to a new report.
A new study provides insight into how certain chemotherapy drugs affect brain cells. The study also identified a potential new treatment for "chemo brain."
More women in the U.S. are developing and dying from uterine cancer than they were nearly two decades ago, and black women are "disproportionately" affected.
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