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If you experience pancreatic troubles, it’s important to know the best method of care. Learn more about two specific procedures.
A cancer dietitian discusses the link between a healthy diet and cancer prevention and explains how and what to eat to lower your risk.
A low-fat, high-protein diet can ease abdominal pain from pancreatitis and help reduce the risk of future attacks. Get tips on best and worst foods for a pancreas-friendly diet.
Our experts explain why you should learn about your family history of prostate cancer and other cancers, and share this information with your physician.
A new study found an uptick in cases of six obesity-related cancers in adults under 50.
The FDA has approved a direct-to-consumer DNA self-test for breast cancer mutations. Is this test worthwhile, and is it right for you? A breast specialist weighs in.
Pancreatitis can cause pain and organ damage. Treatment is vital, but managing the condition long-term requires lifestyle changes as well.
Does melanoma run in your family? You may not think of melanoma as a genetic cancer, but your genes may increase your risk. Learn more.