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'You’ve got to think it’s environmental': Questions over cancer deaths
‘Simply cruel’: Patient advocates condemn breast cancer immunotherapy hype
5% chance to survive: Leading Russian oncologist gets cancer, but fights on & runs awareness project
AI model 'learns' from patient data to make cancer treatment less toxic
Algorithm identifies lung cancer patients who should have chemotherapy
Brody: Surviving cancer means a lifetime of vigilance
Can your diet 'cure' cancer?
Cancer breakthrough? 97 percent of mice cured in Stanford vaccine study
Chemotherapy may cause breast cancer to SPREAD: Two commonly used drugs encourage the disease to develop in the lungs
Could Immunotherapy Offer a Cure for Cancer?
Early-stage breast cancer patients do just as well without chemotherapy
Five key takeaways from ASCO, the world's largest cancer research conference
For new cancer treatments, less is more
How to preserve fertility, even after ovarian cancer
Local Researchers Create Patch That Can Fight Cancer
MIA In The War On Cancer: Where Are The Low-Cost Treatments?
More non-smokers being diagnosed with lung cancer
Officials knew ethylene oxide was linked to cancer for decades. Here's why it's still being emitted in Willowbrook and Waukegan.
Scientists may have found how to treat cancer without chemotherapy by mimicking our body's own self-destruct system
Scientists reveal likely cause of childhood leukaemia
September 11: nearly 10,000 people affected by 'cesspool of cancer'
Serious kidney injury common during cancer chemotherapy
Using the principles of evolution to treat and prevent cancer
Why cancer has not been cured
YouTuber Who Claimed Veganism And Faith Cured Her Cancer Dies Of Cancer