CancerConnect Presents: Ask the Expert with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Dr. Perez* CancerConnect recently collaborated with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to […]
CancerConnect Presents: Ask the Expert with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Dr. Perez Lynch Syndrome: Get the Facts about this Hereditary Cancer […]
Sun Valley, ID & Fort Worth, TX– OMNI Health Media (OMNI) announces the launch of cervical, ovarian and uterine cancer educational […]
Exploring the Link Between Obesity and Cancer By Kari Bohlke, ScD “For the great majority of Americans who do not […]
There will be nearly 18 million cancer survivors in the United States by 2022, according to a report by the […]
A combined analysis of 51 randomized trials found that daily aspirin use reduces the risk of new cancer diagnoses as […]
A study of families with Lynch Syndrome has expanded the list of cancers related to the condition: carriers of a […]
People with myotonic muscular dystrophy may be more likely than people in the general population to develop certain types of […]
Women who consume four or more cups a coffee per day may have a lower risk of endometrial cancer (cancer […]
Taller women may have an increased risk of developing certain cancers. Overall, cancer risk increases by 16% for every 4-inch […]
People who are at high risk of cancer as a result of their family history may be advised to undergo […]
Women who are at increased risk of breast cancer may further increase their risk if they smoke. Smoking was also […]
The lung cancer death rate among women appears to be declining for the first time in 40 years, according to […]
High levels of vitamin D in the bloodstream do not appear to reduce the risk of seven less common cancers: […]
Two recent studies have identified behaviors that may affect risk of endometrial cancer: physical activity, which may reduce risk, and […]
According to results from the Iowa Women’s Health Study, regular aspirin use may reduce the risk of developing ovarian cancer but does not appear to affect the risk of endometrial cancer. These results were published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention.
According to estimates from the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), excess body weight may be responsible for more than 100,000 new cancer diagnoses each year in the United States.
Coffee consumption may reduce the incidence of uterine cancer, especially among overweight and obese women, according to the results of a study published in the International Journal of Cancer.