In a surprising case, a drug that is normally toxic to ovaries actually helped one woman get pregnant.
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Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that begins in the skin's pigment-producing cells, called melanocytes. These cells make melanin, which is responsible for the color in skin, eyes and hair.
Researchers diagnosed a case of adolescent bone cancer in the 700-year-old remains of a teen buried in Panama.
Women who can't wait to have their glass of wine at the end of the day, take note: A new report concludes that even one small drink daily can raise a woman's risk of breast cancer.
In a promising development for a future fertility treatment, a female mouse with synthetic ovaries that were created on a 3D-printer conceived and gave birth to healthy baby mice.
A person's overall cardiorespiratory fitness is linked to his or her risk of developing precancerous polyps in the colon, which can grow into colon cancer, a new study from Singapore found.
In the future, robots may perform your colonoscopy: Scientists at Vanderbilt University have developed a robot that can perform complex colonoscopy maneuvers in pigs.
Actor Val Kilmer recently revealed that he had cancer that left him with a "swollen" tongue, but exactly what type of cancer could have caused this symptom?
Actress Shannen Doherty announced in an Instagram post on Saturday (April 29) that her breast cancer is in remission.
People who are exposed to pesticides may face an increased risk of liver cancer, a new meta-analysis suggests.
About 1 in 5 U.S. adults under age 60 is infected with a "high-risk" strain of genital human papillomavirus (HPV) that increases the risk of cancer.
It really may be worth it to follow experts' recommended cancer prevention guidelines, no matter your age, a new study finds.