The Food and Drug Administration OK'd a second gene immunotherapy treatment. It's for adults with certain types of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
A new study shows a drop in breast cancer deaths over decades, suggesting treatment options and screenings are improving.
The FDA has approved a new leukemia treatment that scientists hope could be a breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
Chad Bettis was greeted with smiles and bear hugs in his return to Coors Field.
The drug former President Jimmy Carter credits with shrinking his brain tumors completely has recently been approved by the FDA.
New research suggests 66 percent of cancer-causing mutations are natural changes in DNA.
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Lab-synthesized compounds have been identified as working better to fight cancer than chemotherapy treatment.
A new device in use at UCHealth offers relief from one of the more distressing side effects of chemotherapy treatment.
The boy's surgery will reportedly cost about $126,000.
Diagnosing cancer might be a new use for liquid biopsies, which are usually used to monitor the disease or detect mutations.
Jimmy Carter announced Sunday that he no longer needs treatment for cancer.