Male breast cancer is very rare, but it affects many families. Just as with women’s breast cancer, hormone treatments can be the answer.
Virotherapy may be the answer to cancer treatment problems. How could a massive dose of measles vaccine kill cancer?
Is there a new cure for cancer? Unnatural killer cells could be the answer to ending metastasis, when cancer cells break off and spread to other body parts.
Blind mole rats’s adaptation to stressors like hypoxia, through modified genes, have enabled them to stave off cancer. Could spalax help people do the same?
Upregulated expression of long non-coding RNAs, PCGEM1 and PRNCR1, in prostate cancer, alters gene expression of androgen receptor’s target genes.
Long-term hepatitis C infections, possibly from blood transfusions in the pre-screening era, are often asymptomatic, so test for this liver cancer risk factor.
The “Stop Cancer Now!” appeal is a Europe-wide concerted effort to raise awareness and reduce cancer death rates by 25% by 2025 through various means.