Studies Show Cancer Survivors’ Physical and Emotional Problems Often Go Untreated
Cancer survivors don’t have to suffer through many of the physical and emotional side effects that often linger after treatment ends, researchers say.
Study: Coffee May Reduce Risk of Oral Cancer
A new study by the American Cancer Society finds a link between drinking coffee and reduced risk of death from oral/pharyngeal (mouth and throat) cancer.
Annual Report: More Than a Million Cancer Deaths Avoided in 2 Decades
Newly published statistics from the American Cancer Society show that cancer death rates in the U.S. continue to decrease.
Limit Alcohol to Lower Cancer Risk
Having one drink at a party isn’t likely to cause you much harm. But routinely having more than 1 or 2 drinks per day could raise your cancer risk.
Rise in Rate of Throat Cancer Linked to HPV
A type of throat cancer linked to the human papilloma virus (HPV) is rising dramatically, according to researchers at the National Cancer Institute and Ohio State University.
Erbitux Now Approved for Head and Neck Cancers
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the drug Erbitux (cetuximab) for certain patients with cancers of the head and neck.