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Cancer Deaths down by 22 Percent, American Cancer Society Reports

By Cheri Cheng - Dec 31, 2014 02:26 PM EST

According to the American Cancer Society, deaths related to cancer have fallen by 22 percent over the past two decades

Meat

Researchers Implicate Specific Sugar in Red Meat-Cancer Link

By Peter R - Dec 31, 2014 01:07 PM EST

A new study has shown how a specific sugar present in red meat and absent in humans, increases risk of cancer.

Dog

Stray Brings About Miracle Cancer Cure for Alabama Octogenarian

By Peter R - Dec 26, 2014 03:12 PM EST

Bill Hogencamp, 84, of Phenix was told he had terminal cancer in May but became cancer free after he adopted a stray Maltese.

Healthier Lifestyle Can Boost Cancer Prevention

Healthier Lifestyle Can Boost Cancer Prevention

By Casey Morada - Dec 26, 2014 09:32 AM EST

A healthier lifestyle can play a vital role in reducing cancer risk, according to experts.

Earth's Water Formed Within, Did not Come from Comets

Human LIfespan Lengthened by More than Half a Decade

By Casey Morada - Dec 18, 2014 09:10 AM EST

Life expectancy across the world has increased by more than six years since 1990 to an average of 71.5 years, a new study has found.

HPV, vaccination, cancer jab

MRK Gardasil 9 Approved By FDA to Fight Cancer-Causing HPV

By Peter R - Dec 11, 2014 02:50 PM EST

A new vaccine approved by FDA can protect against nine strains of HPV which cause cancers of cervix, penis and anus.

Eric Berry

Eric Berry Cancer Diagnosis Update: Rare Tumor Found in Chief Player's Chest

By Peter R - Dec 09, 2014 02:05 PM EST

Berry complained of chest pain last month due to a mass in his chest which turned out to be cancerous. Doctors say his cancer can be cured.

John Wall

Washington Wizards John Wall Dedicates Game to Young Cancer Friend

By Cheri Cheng - Dec 09, 2014 09:50 AM EST

Wizards' star John Wall dedicated last night's win to his young friend who died of cancer.

Aspirin

Aspirin Regimen Harms Young Women under 65

By Peter R - Dec 05, 2014 05:53 PM EST

A new study has shown taking aspirin regularly could do more harm than, particularly for women aged under 65.

Smoking Linked to Loss of Y chromosome, Men at a Greater Risk of Cancer

Smoking Emasculates Men: Tobacco Use Deletes Their Y Chromosomes

By Casey Morada - Dec 05, 2014 09:56 AM EST

Male smokers face a greater risk at cancer than their female counterparts, a new research suggests.

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