'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.
Taking Aspirin On Regular Basis May Help Prevent Some Types Of CancerYou can buy it over the counter, it relieves pain, reduces inflammation, protects against heart attack and stroke, and now researchers say it may be able to prevent some types cancer.
Cancer Patients Celebrate Gift Of Life, Meet For First Time After Clinical Trial At LI HospitalAround 70 patients, all diagnosed with different types of metastatic cancer, participated in a trial run of the drug Opdivo -- a treatment which is believed to enable the body's own immune system to fight off cancer.
Cancer In Remission For NJ Girl Who Met Pope Francis While Battling DiseaseIt's a blessed holiday season for 12-year-old Gracie West from Freehold, who just learned her cancer is in remission.
Cancer Treatment For Dogs: A Costly New TrendEach week, around 120 pets come to the Animal Medical Center's cancer institute on the Upper East Side, where they receive advanced cancer care -- similar to how humans are treated.
Report Finds Processed Meats Linked To Cancer; Red Meat Risky TooIt's official: Ham, sausage and other processed meats can lead to colon, stomach and other cancers -- and red meat is probably cancer-causing, too.
Cancer Survivor Now Sets Sights On Conquering NYC MarathonLast year, while training for the TCS New York City Marathon, the 34-year-old was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
Jon Stewart, Zadroga Act Supporters Head To DC To Push For RenewalThe 2010 James Zardoga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act will start expiring next month if Congress doesn't act.
Former President Jimmy Carter Says Cancer Has Spread To Brain"I'm ready for anything and looking forward to a new adventure," said Carter, appearing upbeat and making jokes as he openly talked about his cancer during a news conference.
Former President Jimmy Carter Says He Has CancerFormer President Jimmy Carter announced he has been diagnosed with cancer in a brief statement issued Wednesday.

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