Scientists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have discovered that esophageal cancer patients who are treated with proton therapy may experience less toxic side effects than those treated by older radiation therapies.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have found that certain vitamin supplements may help protect against skin cancers in people who are prone to the disease. More specifically, the study showed that a form of vitamin B3 yielded a 23 percent lower risk of developing skin cancers when compared to ...
New research suggests that unemployment is linked to prostate cancer deaths. Findings published in ecancermedicalscience Researchers at the Jonathan Watkins of King's College London, London, UK, found that unemployed was associated with significant increases in prostate cancer mortality.
New findings published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry suggest that walnuts could help to slow the growth of colon cancer. Researchers found that a diet that threw in some walnuts to the mix helped to slow colorectal tumor growth, otherwise known as the third most common cancer diagnosed ...
A new HPV vaccine may prevent 80 percent of cervical cancers, according to recent findings published in the JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
An international group of scientists led by a group from the University of Leicester has recently announced a new advance in understanding certain mechanisms related to cancer and how it can be targeted more effectively with new treatments.
Researchers at Kansas State University have discovered that moderate exercise on a regular basis can improve radiation treatments in cancer patients.
New findings published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that women who breastfeed will have a lower risk of breast cancer.
A recent study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention examined how statin use could improve lung cancer outcomes.
New findings published in the journal Annals of Internal medicine reveal new clinical advice that aims to reduce the need for screening of cervical cancer in average risk women who are not exhibiting symptoms.
Science World Report caught up with Dr. Karen Lu. M.D., professor of Gynecologic Oncology, co-director for Clinical Cancer Genetics, and director of the High Risk Ovarian Cancer Screening Clinic at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to learn more about BRCA mutations, the benefits and...