FDA Panel Approves Immunotherapy Program To Fight CancerA Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has just unanimously recommended the approval of the first-ever living drug to fight leukemia.
Salmonella Strain Could Hold Key To Beating Cancer; Researchers SayBacteria typically blamed for serious food poisoning is now being used to fight cancer.
9-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Gives Back With Bracelet BusinessShe's out of the woods and raising money to help others still dealing with cancer with her line of unique bracelets called Knots & Arrows.
Cancer Avatars Can Take The Guesswork Out Of Treatment; Researchers SayCancer researchers often test drugs on animals, but mice aren't the same as people.
Optimistic Outlook Could Lower Risk Of Dying From Heart Disease, Study FindsAre you an optimist? You know, the kind of person who generally expects good things to happen -- or are you a gloomy Gladys who looks on the dark side of most things?
Jersey City Boy With Cancer Leads Parade As Honorary Police OfficerParth Patel is being celebrated for his bravery as he receives home hospice care for cancer.
Schumer Proposes Voluntary Cancer Registry For FirefightersThe proposed registry, managed by the Center for Disease Control, would allow firefighters to release information about their cancers so that health researchers could find potential connections.
Seen At 11: Doctors Using Virtual Reality To Treat Cancer PatientsVirtual reality is just not for the gaming world as doctors are using it to help treat cancer patients.
Liquid Biopsies Could Serve As Major Breakthrough In Fight Against CancerInstead of the common biopsy, doctors have been working on blood tests that can detect a cancer recurrence at the earliest, most treatable stage.
'Moonshot Is All Of You:' Joe Biden Hosts Summit For Cancer Research, InnovationScientists, oncologists, donors and patients plan to gather at Howard University for the daylong event.
20-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Stealing The Show At Vatican International Cancer ConferenceDoctors, patients and politicians are meeting at the Vatican to discuss breakthroughs and future treatments.
Seen At 11: Study Says Severe Acne May Be Linked To Increased Cancer Risk Later In LifeAcne can be embarrassing and annoying, but now there may be a deadly disease associated with the skin condition.

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