Research suggests IV med might benefit patients with Merkel cell carcinoma
Preliminary study finds more reason to improve your diet
They and their families should make choice based on preference, researchers say
Peg Bradford lost a grandmother to colon cancer, and knew her family was right when they nagged her to get checked. But she dreaded the unpleasant prep required for a colonoscopy and the slim possibility that her colon would be punctured during...
Patients increasingly opt to have the healthy breast removed, despite limited benefit, study says
Money problems can affect their mental health, quality of life, researchers say
For years, doctors and researchers have been concerned about a surprising trend: More and more women with early-stage cancer in one breast were choosing to have double mastectomies to reduce the risk of cancer in the other.
But there's been a concerning increase in liver cancer, experts say
Single-use packages contain more medication than is needed - and the leftover drug is thrown away for safety reasons, according to a new analysis by researchers.