Dutch researchers have found that women who are receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer may have tiny memory and thinking impairments, also known as “chemo brain,” more than 20 years after their treatment, compared with cancer-free women.
A judge on Wednesday blocked a federal requirement that would have forced tobacco companies in the U.S. to put large graphic images on cigarette packages to show the dangers of smoking and encouraging smokers to quit lighting up.
Cancer in babies is relatively rare, but one mother in Phoenix passed on stage IV cancer to her baby during pregnancy.
Cancer-Fighting Broccoli: New Study Sheds Light On What Makes The Veggie So Super
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and colonoscopies continue to be a powerful weapon in preventing colon cancer deaths.
Beating colon cancer: Routine screenings can save your life