Men who are tall and obese may be at an increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer as well as death from the condition, according to a study. Higher BMI was also found to be associated with increased risk of aggressive tumours as well as increased risk of death from prostate cancer.
Scientists have created artificial ‘designer’ viruses that can target cancer by alerting the body’s immune system and sending killer cells to fight tumours.
A new research suggests that drinking up to five cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of developing the most common form of primary liver cancer by half.
The brave bride, Jamie Steinborn, survived a 16-month-long battle with cervical cancer.
The higher risk of suicide is more in old-age patients with unfavourable tumour characteristics.
Brisk walking and even jogging can lead to improved memory in breast cancer survivors, a study says.
People whose diets consist of broccoli have a lesser risk of contracting degenerative diseases.
Scientists have pinpointed the precise cells acting as culprits in cancer formation, which can then be inhibited by the drug denosumab.
Laser heat can safely treat prostate cancer without causing adverse effects or changes in urinary or sexual function, says a new study.
Curcumin, the principal curcuminoid of turmeric, has 14 molecules with cancer preventive potential and 12 with anti-tumour effect.
In absence of standardised treatments, the findings show promise for those patients in whom the disease did not respond to initial therapy.
Higher proportion of saturated fatty acids in breasts of postmenopausal women may particularly increase the risk.
A new blood test could help identify whether a cancer drug is working as designed or not.
Studies have shown that men who have a large waist circumference and are overweight are at higher risks of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Studies show that metformin improves survival for some breast cancer patients by 50 percent and shows promise as a treatment for patients diagnosed with endometrial hyperplasia