Scientists Say Certain Foods Linked To Spread Of CancerA recent study, published in the journal Nature, says reducing the levels of asparagine consumed could dramatically reduce cancer's ability to spread throughout the body.
Cancer 'Vaccine' Wiped Out Tumors In Mice, Scientists SayThe new treatment, which was directly injected into the tumor sites of 90 mice, cured 87 mice of the disease.
After 127 Studies, Experts Say Coffee Is Healthy For Everyone Except Pregnant WomenA recent review of 127 separate studies, published in Annual Reviews, found that coffee was not only good for the body but also had a small chance to reduce the development of certain cancers.
Birth Control Pills May Prevent Some Cancers, Study FindsAccording to the researchers at the National Cancer Institute, oral contraceptives can reduce the chance of developing ovarian, breast, and other cancers in women.
Scientists Say 'Amazing' Breakthrough May Help Cure Breast CancerScientists say they have discovered an "absolutely amazing" new treatment which may cure the most resistant forms of cancer.
Is Microwaving Plastic Food Containers Safe? Experts Say NoLindsey Malone, dietitian and manager of nutrition, at the Ohio hospital says the materials in plastic containers can contaminate other objects when heated.
Victims Of Cancer Doctor Could Receive $4.1 Million In RepaymentDr. Farid Fata's victims can seek reimbursement for funeral costs, remedial health care and mental health care.
Neurosurgeon About Brain Cancer: 'There's Never Been A More Hopeful Time'The brain tumor is called a glioblastoma -- about 17,000 people in the US are diagnosed with it every year.
Grosse Pointe Woods Man Appears On Steve Harvey To Reveal His Inspiration To Fight CancerOn Thursday Steve Harvey will highlight the miraculous story of Sean Swarner, 42 of Littleton, Colo. He has beat cancer twice, becoming the first cancer survivor to summit Mt. Everest – doing it all with just one lung!
Cancer Comes Down To Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
Michigan Senate To Vote On Equal Coverage Of ChemotherapyAn effort to require health insurers to provide cancer patients the same coverage for oral drugs as for intravenous medications is expected to advance in the Michigan Legislature.
Work Moves Ahead On $25 Million Cancer Center In Port HuronThe first patient at the Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Port Huron is scheduled to be treated in July.