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A new genetic test to gauge the aggressiveness of prostate cancer may help tens of thousands of men each year decide whether they need to treat their cancer right away or can safely monitor it.
Stepping into the debate over who should be screened for lung cancer, a leading medical specialty group issued new guidelines on Tuesday recommending that doctors offer annual low-dose CT (computed tomography) scanning to people whose age and smoking history puts them at significant risk of lung cancer.
P&G's cancer awareness campaign set to begin
To further raise cancer awareness and promote preventative screening among women, Procter & Gamble (P&G) announced at a press event yesterday that its “6 Minutes Protect A Life” campaign will take place throughout the month.
Some of the most devastating forms of cancer have genetic similarities even though they strike different body parts, according to new studies out Thursday.
Cancer case diagnosed nearly every 6 min.: DOH
In 2009, one patient in Taiwan was diagnosed with cancer every six minutes; this number increased to one confirmed case every 5 minutes and 48 seconds in 2010, according to the Department of Health (DOH).
Latin America faces a cancer epidemic unless governments act quickly to improve health care systems and treat the poor, scientists said.
A common treatment for irregular heartbeats may have a serious side effect: a new study out Tuesday showed it could increase the risk for certain cancers, especially among men.
A Canadian high school student has improved an ineffective experimental cancer therapy with a simple tweak — pairing it with antibiotics — earning accolades Tuesday from a panel of eminent scientists.
Smokers are less likely to be alive and cancer-free three years after having surgery for colon cancer than people who have never smoked, according to a new study.
According to the Formosa Cancer Foundation (台灣癌症基金會), the number of cancer diagnoses per year in Taiwan will reach 110,000 by 2020, a 30-percent increase on the current figure of 80,000.
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