New Research Shows the Deadly Effect of Neurons on Cancerous Tumors
It appears that tumors can co-opt the signals neurons produce in order to grow, indicating that neurons and cancer cells together might be a dangerous duo.
Monsanto Was Ordered to Pay $2 Billion in a Cancer Lawsuit. There Are 13,000 More Plaintiffs.
This is the third strike against the agribusiness giant, now owned by Bayer.
A California Jury Found Roundup Caused One Man's Cancer in a 'Bellwether' Case
A legal expert says the decision doesn't bode well for Bayer, which is facing thousands of pending cases over Roundup.
Nuclear Lab Employees With Radiation-Linked Cancers Have Been Forced to Wait Years for Potential Benefits
At the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, workers are still waiting for answers about who is liable for sicknesses they say were caused by radiation from the lab.
In Chicago, Black Breast Cancer Mortality Rates Are Dropping Dramatically
While other major U.S. cities see the disparity in outcomes between black and white women battling breast cancer grow, a unique program in Chicago has reversed the trend.
How a 'Big Bang' Theory Could Change Cancer Treatment
Current treatments involve targeting and killing specific cancer cells, but new research points to the efficacy of an ecological approach to curing the disease.
A Look at Americans’ Reluctance to Accept Cancer Warnings
People often take too long to believe common habits can pose danger.
Why Ryan Gosling's Cereal Video Is More Important Than It Seems
The viral Vine is more than a touching tribute; it's a lesson on how to effectively raise awareness about public health issues.
The Psychological Repercussions of Removing Your Ovaries
The side effects are significant, but mostly people feel fine afterwards.