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Cancer is often unpredictable, but there are things everyone can do to help reduce their cancer risk or improve their chances of beating the disease... [Read More]
Colon cancer survivor Jermyn Williams is taking control of his health and his life. He's cut out fast food, sugary drinks, and alcohol, and is... [Read More]
No one looks forward to a colonoscopy, or the bowel prep that goes with it. But colon screening – testing to look for cancer before... [Read More]
American Cancer Society researchers report that most baby boomers, those born between 1945 and 1965, have not been tested for the hepatitis C virus (HCV).... [Read More]
Colon cancer survivor Dale Pangman offers more than a ride to treatment for guests of the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge facility in Birmingham, Alabama.... [Read More]
A study led by American Cancer Society researchers finds that new cases of colon cancer and rectal cancer are occurring at an increasing rate among... [Read More]
Colorectal cancer (commonly called colon cancer) is the third most common cancer in men and women in the United States, and the third leading cause... [Read More]
The American Cancer Society offers accurate and up to date cancer information in 15 different languages. [Read More]
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified processed meat as a carcinogen, something that causes cancer. [Read More]
Look Good Feel Better for Teens is a unique, free program for teenage cancer patients ages 13 to 17. It helps them cope with how... [Read More]
Two studies by researchers from cancer centers across the US found that scalp cooling devices can often help reduce hair loss during chemotherapy. [Read More]
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Here you can learn about American Cancer Society recommendations regarding body weight, nutrition, and physical activity. Learn how following these guidelines may help lower your... [Read More]
The President's Cancer Panel has released a report calling for a coordinated effort to increase the rates of vaccinations against human papillomavirus (HPV). [Read More]
The lifetime risk of developing or dying from cancer refers to the chance a person has, over the course of his or her lifetime (from... [Read More]
The main risk factors for breast cancer are being a woman, getting older, and certain gene changes. All of these are things you cannot change.... [Read More]
Researchers from Yale University and colleagues estimate that 8 million deaths have been avoided since the first US Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and Health... [Read More]
The US Surgeon General today issued a call to action to encourage people to make walking a priority in their lives and to motivate community... [Read More]
remember) what the air quality would be like in an airplane when everyone in the back was smoking. It was just 25 years ago that... [Read More]
Lung cancer can be hard to find early because it often doesn't cause symptoms until it is advanced. Learn more here. [Read More]