A nine-year study by Belgian molecular biologists finds that sugar fuels cancer cell growth.
Scientists have developed nanomachines that are capable of targeting and drilling into cancer cells, and destroying them within one minute. After further research, this process may eventually be appropriate to treat a wide range of cancers, either by destroying the individual cells or by delivering treatment after permeating the cell membrane.
A Hong Kong study detects a type of throat cancer by searching for a linked virus in traces of tumor DNA in the bloodstream.
Vitamins B6 and B12 are taken by many to increase energy, but it turns out they can cause lung cancer in men.
A new blood test developing at Johns Hopkins can detect early-stage cancer regardless of symptoms.
A radical immunotherapy approach puts leukemia with low survival rate into remission
Researchers found that two existing drugs used together may block metastasis, and slow the spread of disease.
Democrats and Republicans alike send the veteran senator their well wishes following McCain’s prognosis.
Researchers have developed a medication used to fight a common childhood leukemia and it is proving successful in the testing stages.
Scientists have successfully produced baby mice with 3D printed ovaries, indicating big potential for women struggling with infertility.