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Deaths from cancer in the United States have dropped 25 percent since hitting a peak in 1991, a new report finds.
The rates at which people in the U.S die from different factors vary significantly among the regions of the country, according to a new study.
Women undergoing a particular chemotherapy had a much greater number of eggs in their ovaries than expected, a finding that surprised researchers.
Patients could one day get their skin examined under a special microscope and, in just a few minutes, know whether they have cancer, a new study finds.
Women with breast cancer that shows up with symptoms other than a breast lump delay seeing a doctor.
Seven new substances have been added to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' list of cancer-causing agents.
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Men who experience excessive anxiety may be at increased risk of dying from cancer, a new study from Europe suggests.
Cancer has passed heart disease as the leading cause of death in nearly half of U.S. states, according to a new report.
Live Science has rounded up the promising evidence that medical marijuana may help people with certain conditions.
Aerobic exercises are activities that work your cardiovascular system. They are linked with a reduced risk of cancer, and even a longer lifespan.
Women with a certain type of "breast cancer gene" may also have an increased risk of developing a particularly deadly form of uterine cancer, a new study finds.
There are bacteria living in women's breast tissue, and these microbes may affect women's health, a new study from Canada suggests.
Scientists found the cells of a leukemia-like cancer in shellfish mostly came from other individuals, even other species, suggesting transmissible cancer is more common than thought.
People with higher levels of education may be more likely to develop certain types of brain tumors, a new study from Sweden suggests.