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22 Jul

People With Gum Disease At Higher Risk Of Certain Cancers

Tooth loss may also increase the risk, according to researchers.

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01 Apr
Drug Could Be a 'Game-Changer' in Fighting Esophageal Cancers

Drug Could Be a 'Game-Changer' in Fighting Esophageal Cancers

Patients who have surgery for esophageal cancer commonly see the disease return, but a drug that boosts the immune system may help delay or prevent that, a new trial has found.

The drug, called Opdivo (nivolumab), doubled the amount of time patients lived without a recur...

16 Mar
Doubly Good: Healthy Living Cuts Your Odds for the 2 Leading Killers

Doubly Good: Healthy Living Cuts Your Odds for the 2 Leading Killers

The same lifestyle habits that protect the heart can also curb the risk of a range of cancers, a large new study confirms.

The study of more than 20,000 U.S. adults found both bad news and good news.

People with risk factors for heart disease also faced increa...

22 Feb
Chronic Heartburn Raises Odds for Cancers of Larynx, Esophagus

Chronic Heartburn Raises Odds for Cancers of Larynx, Esophagus

People with chronic heartburn may face increased risks of several rare types of cancer, a large U.S. government study shows.

Researchers found that among more than 490,000 Americans aged 50 and up, those with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) had about twice the ris...

05 Feb
When Heart Attack Strikes, Cancer Patients Often Miss Out on Lifesaving Treatment

When Heart Attack Strikes, Cancer Patients Often Miss Out on Lifesaving Treatment

Too few cancer patients who have a heart attack are receiving emergency angioplasties that could save their lives, a new study finds.

"This is an important study, which underscores the broader issue in cardio-oncology of cancer patients too often being passed over for po...

29 Dec
Cancer Survivors at Higher Odds for Second Cancer: Study

Cancer Survivors at Higher Odds for Second Cancer: Study

Cancer survivors are at greater risk of developing another cancer and dying from it, a new study finds.

These new cancers can result from a genetic predisposition, from treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy used to fight the first cancer, as well as from unhealth...

22 Dec
Esophageal Cancer on the Rise Among the Young: Study

Esophageal Cancer on the Rise Among the Young: Study

Esophageal cancer is increasing among young Americans, and they're more likely to be diagnosed with advanced disease, according to a new study.

Esophageal cancer accounts for about 1% of U.S. cancer diagnoses, and just over 18,000 cases are expected to be diagnosed natio...

04 Aug
Cancer Diagnoses Plunge as Americans Avoid Screening During Pandemic

Cancer Diagnoses Plunge as Americans Avoid Screening During Pandemic

As COVID-19 continues to impact nearly all aspects of American health care, researchers warn that the United States has seen a troubling drop in cancer diagnoses since the pandemic began.

The drop is not being attributed to a downturn in cancer incidence, but rather ...

23 Jul
Blood Test Might Spot Cancer Years Earlier

Blood Test Might Spot Cancer Years Earlier

Scientists are working on a blood test that may catch five common cancers years sooner than current methods.

The blood test, which is still experimental, hunts for certain genetic "signatures" associated with tumors. Researchers found that it can detect five types of...

14 Jul
Tough Decisions as COVID-19 Causes Cancer Surgery Delays

Tough Decisions as COVID-19 Causes Cancer Surgery Delays

Many cancer patients have faced delays to their health care during the coronavirus pandemic, but with what consequences?

Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston analyzed 15 years of data to determine how long surgery for certain types of cancer ...

16 Apr
Low-Dose Aspirin Might Lower Odds for Digestive Cancers

Low-Dose Aspirin Might Lower Odds for Digestive Cancers

Low-dose aspirin may reduce the risk of several types of digestive tract cancers, according to a team of researchers in Europe.

For the new study, the researchers analyzed 113 studies investigating colon/rectal ("bowel"), head and neck, esophageal, stomach, liver, ga...

31 Mar
Blood Test Could Spot 50 Different Cancers

Blood Test Could Spot 50 Different Cancers

A simple blood test for dozens of cancers is in the works.

Researchers say their test can detect more than 50 kinds of cancer at early stages and pinpoint their location in the body.

"If these findings are validated, it will be feasible to consider how thi...

12 Feb
HPV Might Be Behind Vocal Cord Cancers in Young

HPV Might Be Behind Vocal Cord Cancers in Young

Recent increases in vocal cord cancers among younger, nonsmoking Americans may be explained by the spread of human papilloma virus (HPV), researchers report.

"Over the past 150 years, vocal cord, or glottic cancer, has been almost exclusively a disease associated wit...

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