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So-called "ultraprocessed" foods — which are high in salt, sugar and other additives — are linked with an increased risk of early death, a new study finds.
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.
Many Americans hold the misguided view that alternative therapies alone can cure cancer, even though such methods are not proven to be effective in treating cancer.
Chemotherapy can have odd effects on a person's hair and nails, but in one man's case, the cancer treatment created a particularly striking pattern.
Liver cancer is cancer that begins in the tissues of the liver, though it may also result from cancer spreading to the liver from other parts of the body.
It's a debate that plays out in everyone's head during a weekend brunch: Should I be eating this much bacon?
Researchers have found a way to short-circuit the "immortality switch" that cancer cells use to divide indefinitely.
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