Cancer

Exposure to smoking and mutations in blood cells may lead to a rare cancer that affects immune cells

Mutations in blood cells likely caused by smoking and aging-related changes may lead to a rare type of blood cancer that affects immune cells, shows a study published today in eLife. read more

Therapeutic advancements help patients facing rare blood cancer

According to the National Foundation for cancer research, more than 1.3 million people in the U.S. are either living with or in remission from a blood cancer. read more

Ray Winstone and friends sit down to discuss why we should all be talking more about prostate cancer

PROSTATE cancer is the most common cancer in men – but how many men and their families actually know this? This year, Prostate Cancer UK have been telling the stories of men with prostate cancer, ... read more

4 takeaways from a workshop on health equity in cancer

To help organizations drive equitable cancer care, Advisory Board convened a group of oncology leaders to share strategies and common barriers to meaningfully effecting change. Advisory Board's ... read more

Swords woman is living proof that there is life after breast cancer

A Swords woman wants women to know that there is life after breast cancer and that there is hope on the other side of your diagnosis. read more

American Cancer Society and four HBCUs announce diversity in cancer research program

The American Cancer Society (ACS), along with four historically black medical schools including Charles Drew Medical School, Howard University, Meharry Medical College, and Morehouse School of ... read more

Former Bucs guard Ray Snell, team’s first-round pick in 1980, dies of cancer

Former Bucs offensive guard Ray Snell, the team’s first-round pick in 1980 who spent six seasons in the NFL, died Tuesday of cancer, his son Shannon confirmed. A former local code-enforcement officer ... read more

Muslim women need greater breast-cancer awareness. FIU’s ‘mammovan’ is helping | Opinion

A breast cancer diagnosis does not have to be a death warrant. Early detection is the key to saving lives. Mammography is the easiest and most important screening test for breast cancer. But many ... read more

Occupational cancer benefits for firefighters up for discussion this week in NC

The final push to include occupational cancer benefits for firefighters in North Carolina's budget could be coming this week. Action items including the cancer benefits were expected to be discussed ... read more

El Dorado mayor issues proclamation for National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

With this new proclamation reading, mayor Smith-Creer says September 27th was the kick off to help spread knowledge about this medical issue. It’s the 2nd ... read more

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