Cancer in the News - Keep Up With The Progress

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New Swine Flu Strain Found In China -- Should Cancer Patients Be Worried Yet?

Screen More People For Lung Cancer To Save Lives-- Important New Guidelines

Houston Coronavirus Crisis -- MD Anderson Taking in COVID-19 Cases-- What Cancer Patients Can Do

FDA Urges Recall of Diabetes Drug Metformin Due to Cancer Link - How Dangerous is the Medication?

After Losing a Child to Cancer, the McDowell Family is Creating an Attraction to Fund Research - Why Are Some Neighbors Upset?

You've Seen the Commercials Claiming Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Causes Cancer - Is There Science to Back it Up?

Not All Cancer Research Money Is Going Away During COVID - University of Chicago Receives $10M Gift For Cell Therapy

Cancer Screenings Have Dropped Nearly 70% Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic - Delays In Routine Checkups Disrupt Early Detection

Higher Fiber Intake Linked to an 8% Lower Risk of Breast Cancer, New Research Shows

5 Things Women Can Do to Reduce Cancer Risk

Prevention

Breastfeeding Can Reduce the Risk of the Deadliest Type of Ovarian Cancer, New Research Shows

Dramatic Improvement in Melanoma Survival Rates-- The Treatment Revolution is Working

An Invisible Gas, Radon, Is the Second-Leading Cause of Lung Cancer in the Country – Here’s How You Can Prevent Getting Sick

New Harvard Research Finds A Chemical In Cannabis Can Help Fight Pancreatic Cancer

Eating Chicken May Actually Decrease The Risk of Breast Cancer, According to New Research

New Study Says Clinical Trials Don't Have Enough Diversity, But Are Still Used To Determine Government Approvals For Cancer Drugs

Can The Stuff In My Gut Cause Cancer? Here's What We Know About The Microbiome and Cancer Risk

Radiation in the Cockpit: The Brave American Fighter Pilots Demanding Earlier Cancer Screenings

“The Cancer Problem That No One’s Talking About”: The High Cost of Traveling to a Clinical Trial

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