Men's odds of conception after treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma doubled with pre-treatment cryopreservation of semen, Dutch investigators reported.
A new study shows that awareness of Angelina Jolie's preventive mastectomy did not increase understanding of breast cancer risk.
Researchers have identified a link, driven by a protein, between liver cancer and obesity, alcoholism & chronic hepatitis.
Scientists believe they have discovered a new way to make chemotherapy treatment more effective for pancreatic cancer patients.
Eating a diet that includes plenty of tomatoes may prove important for lowering breast cancer risk, findings from a preliminary intervention study suggested.
Gastric cancer is quite treatable when diagnosed early, and researchers have taken a first step towards identifying sugars attached to proteins to help timely diagnosis.
Erbitux is now approved to treat patients with RAS wild-type metastatic colorectal cancer by the European Commission.
Pancreatic cancer tumors maintain a "protective wall" around themselves. Researchers have managed to enable the body's own immune cells to break it down through antibodies.
Family history of breast or ovarian cancer triggers a recommendation for women to undergo testing for mutations in the BRCA cancer susceptibility genes.
Gene therapy, via a deactivated virus carrying a gene of interest that can be injected into the bloodstream and target the right cells, is reportedly under development.
A small study has shown that patients with tongue cancer benefit more from surgery followed by radiation therapy, compared to starting treatment with chemotherapy.
Patients with tongue cancer who started treatment with surgery had better outcomes compared to those who had chemotherapy first, according to researchers.
As shown in a study of almost 20,000 men, the death rates from metastatic prostate cancer have been stable for the past 25 years.
Even more esophageal cancer patients may benefit from chemotherapy before surgery to remove a tumor, compared to what was previously thought.
An international study confirms a strong link between cancer rates, and smoking as well as eating diets high in animal products.
The recommendation includes annual low-dose Computed Tomography (CT) lung cancer screening for high-risk individuals.
A new study found that a green tea extract, when diluted in skim milk or other milk complexes, remains bioactive and continues to reduce colon cancer cell proliferation.
Breast cancer patients with young children often skip the recommended radiation treatments, due to worries about the time involved, according to researchers.
A therapy to stop a cell mechanism driving the spread of breast cancer to other body parts (metastasis) has been discovered.
Both real and fake acupuncture treatments may help alleviate side effects of drugs commonly used to treat breast cancer. Findings may help clinicians improve care for cancer patients.
Researchers from 3 countries have completed a genomic analysis of cervical cancer, including at least one genetic mutation for which targeted treatments have been approved for other forms of cancer.
Surgery of large liver cancers has been linked to longer overall survival, compared to transarterial chemoembolization (TACE), according to new research.
A new technique that delivers two different drugs to separate parts of the cancer cell has been developed by researchers.
Prostate cancer outcomes from radical retropubic prostatectomy may benefit from neuraxial combined with general analgesia, researchers have found.
Recurrent ovarian cancer patients benefited from decitabine before chemotherapy and a cancer vaccine, according to researchers.
Skin cancer (melanoma) progression within 5 years has been found more likely if neighboring (sentinel) lymph nodes had a specific marker.
Lung cancer researchers are working on an alternative therapy to boost patients' immune system.
Experts are developing tools to simplify lung cancer prevention and screening recommendations.
Targeted non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) therapies with the mutated protein KRas has been shown to be the most effective treatment strategy.
Getting the HPV vaccine after the age of 18 leads to similar outcomes with no vaccination at all, according to investigators.