A recent study found that a cancer drug can flush out hidden signs of HIV.
Though no cure exists for Alzheimer's disease--the most common form of dementia--a recent study shows that a treatment initially developed for cancer patients could hold hope for the future.
Could a parasite found in cat poop help cancer research? It just might be able to, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle have noted a dramatic rise in the rate of testicular cancer among young Hispanic American Men. According to findings published in the journal Cancer, a rise among non-Hispanic counterparts was not found.
Certain cancer cells may be more dangerous than others, as some carry the potential to metastasize and cause secondary tumors throughout areas of the body.Now, scientists may have discovered how to stop these deadly growths by triggering chemical signals that can block the spread of future tumors. T...
An enzyme that works via intracellular signaling may be part of a crucial role in building symptoms of metabolic syndrome. At this point, researchers are working on a U of U spinoff company to develop the a new drug so that it can better treat certain health issues related to the problem.
Sugar-coated cells can be particularly deadly for cancer patients, according to a recent study by researchers from Cornell University. As every cell's surface holds a protein-embedded membrane that's covered in polysaccharide chains, this could be a crucial determinant to the cell's survival.
Aging genes have long been associated with an increased risk of developing cancer. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at what might impact gene aging.
Previous studies have debated the pros and cons of a daily low-dose aspirin regimen. In many cases, the benefits seem to outweigh any related side effects for certain users. Now, a recent study conducted by researchers from the Yale School of Public Health also shows an added advantage; a reduced ri...
Cancer isn't a new phenomenon and now, scientists are learning exactly how old it might be. They've found that cancer is as old as multicellular life on Earth after discovering evidence of primordial cancer in a primitive animal.
We already know the most evident causes of cancer: smoking, unhealthy eating habits and excessive exposure to the sun. But a recently published study has found that living a sedentary lifestyle could also increase your risk of developing cancer.
Researchers at King’s College London found that people who develop cancer symptoms delay going to see their doctor by an average of three months, sometimes allowing the cancer to develop beyond the early stages.