An oncologist discusses his observations about people who deal with a cancer diagnosis in a positive manner. He says they tend to do five specific things.
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Immunotherapy-based strategies may provide new treatment options for patients with glioblastoma.
Looking for a superfood that provides a potent nutritional sting? Check out these suggestions from Cleveland Clinic registered dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, on how to inject bee pollen into your diet.
Scientific evidence has been accumulating for decades that colon cancer is more common among people who eat the most red meat and processed meat.
New recommendations issued Tuesday by the American Cancer Society advise most women to get fewer mammograms, not more. What’s going on here?
We have more power over our health than any other generation in history. Learn how causes of death have changed over the past 100 years.
A recent study finds that women who freeze their eggs at age 34 or younger have the highest chance of success when trying to conceive later in life.
How you can give some of your time and experience to change the lives of current and future lung cancer patients.
You might be surprised to hear that having a brain tumor doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer. Some tumors are benign. While they are not cancerous, they can still cause problems depending on their location.