Doctors and researchers don’t know exactly what’s behind growing rates of pancreatic cancer, but new technologies and cancer treatments are reason for hope.
Here are seven key questions to ask your oncologist after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
If you experience pancreatic troubles, it’s important to know the best method of care. Learn more about two specific procedures.
The Galleri test can detect more than 50 kinds of cancer and determine where it started. Here’s how the blood test works and why it changes what we know about cancer.
Breast cancer gene mutations like BRCA raise your risk of getting breast and other cancers. Find out what these genes mean for you and whether you should be tested.
Learn why digestive enzymes are important and why you shouldn’t waste your money on most digestive supplements.
You might think smokeless tobacco is safer than inhaled alternatives. It’s not. Learn about the effects of smokeless tobacco on your body.
Scientific evidence has been accumulating for decades that colon cancer is more common among people who eat the most red meat and processed meat.
Pancreatitis can cause pain and organ damage. Treatment is vital, but managing the condition long-term requires lifestyle changes as well.
A cancer dietitian discusses the link between a healthy diet and cancer prevention and explains how and what to eat to lower your risk.