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More cancer patients are getting the genes in their tumors mapped to help guide their treatment. New research suggests that isn't always accurate enough.
A new device that can be added to a smartphone may be able to accurately and cheaply diagnose cancer, a technology which could be useful in remote areas, U.S. researchers say.
So-called cancer hotels in Beijing give patients an affordable, cozy place to wait for appointments and undergo outpatient treatment.
A California woman with cancer says she got kicked off a flight home from Hawaii after being told she couldn't fly without a doctor's note.
An Edmonton woman wants people to follow up on their tests results after a mistake at her doctor's office caused a three-year delay in her cancer diagnosis.
500 "super seniors" have been selected to take part in a new study that will analyze the genetic factors that have helped them live cancer-free into their 80s, 90s and beyond.
A provocative study in mice suggests something as simple as breathing in extra oxygen might give immune cells a boost in attacking cancer.
Called Kids Kicking Cancer, the Southfield, Michigan-based program helps sick kids learn to use martial arts-style breathing and relaxation techniques to manage stress, anxiety and pain stemming from their illnesses and medical treatments.
For Samantha Hansford, the research is personal. A rare form of stomach cancer has slashed a swath through generations of her family, robbing her grandmother of seven siblings and a daughter.
A patient with incurable cancer is giving a little bit of financial relief to others struggling with the disease.
For the first time, lung cancer has passed breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths for women in rich countries.