Most people know how to boil eggs, but did you know there's now a way to unboil them?
Medical science continues to make incredible head ways in treating and preventing cancer. Now, some health researchers estimate that it's likely that no one under the age of 80 will die of this health problem by 2050.
A new study shows that having most types of cancers may actually be the result of "bad luck."
Dog's always have their owners' best interest at heart and that was certainly the case of this two-year-old collie, Ted. He began crying and pawing at 46-year-old Josie Conlon of Stockton-on-Tees. It might have seemed strange at the time but it turned out that the dog was actually sniffing out an ag...
It turns out that when it comes to cancer, "bad luck" of random mutations plays a predominant role.
While people who eat a lot of red meat are at a higher risk of certain cancers, other carnivores are not. This is why scientists decided to investigate the tumor-forming role of a certain sugar.
Scientists are finding new treatments for cancer every day. Now, scientists have targeted cells' biological clock in a promising new therapy to kill cancer cells.
The American Cancer Society's annual cancer statistics report has found that there's been a 22 percent drop in cancer mortality over two decades that's led to the avoidance of more than 1.5 million cancer deaths.
Researchers discovered a cancer caution mutation in 1982 that may be responsible for a small percentage of colon cancers, today. Health officials found fusions of the TRK family of genes in close to 11 tumor types, including breast, lung, melanoma and other different types of cancers.
New research shows that certain lifestyle factors could help reduce the risk of 4 out of 10 types cancers. A U.K. based study highlighted various suspects, including smoking, bad diet and alcohol use. Findings revealed that smoking is the number one risk when it comes nasty habits.
Scientists at Simon Fraser University have identified a "multinational landscape" of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC)-- a rare, highly fatal form of liver cancer that disproportionately affects people in Asian countries. The findings are published in the journal Nature Communications.
Scientists have learned a bit more about cancer by examining biofilms. They've discovered that cancerous tumors in the ascending colon are characterized by biofilms, which are dense clumps of bacterial cells encased in a self-produced matrix.