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New Research Shines Light on Rare Endometrial Cancer

Endometrial cancer is often categorized with a group of cancers, including cancer of the cervix, uterus, and ovaries, to form what is commonly recognized as gynecological cancers.  Endometrial cancer is gynecological cancer that begins in the uterus and is among the most common uterine cancers. This type of cancer affects the innermost lining layer…...

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New Research Sets Physical Activity Goals for Cancer Prevention

Getting the body moving can be particularly challenging during winter when many parts of the country are under an icy blanket of snow. Undoubtedly it is more comfortable to stay snuggled up on the couch dreaming of spring. However, new research shows that physical activity prevents cancer – and the gold standard…...

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Genetic Predisposition vs. Healthy Living: Which Impacts Cancer Risk More?

Some people develop cancer based merely on their genetics, while others form cancer due to various lifestyle factors. However, according to new research, these two causes are more closely connected than we previously realized.  What the Research is Saying In this study, the research team explored ways to expand the polygenic…...

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Detecting Skin Cancer with Artificial Intelligence and Other Game-Changing Technologies in Cancer

Cases of skin cancer are skyrocketing. In the past three decades, more people have been diagnosed with some form of skin cancer than all other cancers combined. Because of this, researchers worldwide have been fascinated with figuring out how to better detect and treat skin cancer. The fascination has launched…...

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New Treatment Boosts Survival in Kids with Neuroblastoma

Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease for children in the United States. Tragically, children with the rare cancer neuroblastoma often succumb to the disease despite aggressive treatment. That is until exciting new research showed that adding an experimental antibody to treatment shows promise to save the lives of children with this…...

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Mushrooms for Cancer Prevention and Mental Wellbeing

The next time you make a salad, you may want to consider adding mushrooms to it – because these magical fungi have anticancer and emotional wellbeing benefits.  Mushrooms are rich in vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants. Recent research shows that these superfoods may also help guard against cancer. Even though shiitake,…...

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