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Researchers have developed a device that can diagnose 17 diseases from a single breath.
Reishi Mushroom by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
One Weight-Loss Approach Fits All? No, Not Even Close. The 59 Types of Obesity from 25 Genes and Counting, by the New York Times
21 celebrities speak honestly about their mental health battles
1 Patient, 7 Tumors and 100 Billion Cells Equal 1 Striking Recovery
Tracking Down One of Cancer's Deadliest Culprits, the Ras Family of Genes
A Dose of a Hallucinogen From a ‘Magic Mushroom,’ and Then Lasting Peace
CRISPR gene editing has been tested in a human for the first time.
Playing House: How IBM's Watson is helping doctors diagnose the most rare and elusive illnesses...
IBM has spent more than $4 billion buying a handful of companies with vast stores of medical data for Watson AI.
New compound molecule S63845b could help kill up to a quarter of all cancer types.
Lung Cancer Treatment Breakthrough: Experimental Therapy 40% Better Than Chemotherapy At Preventing Death
Evidence suggests women's ovaries can grow new eggs
Microsoft will solve cancer within 10 years by reprogramming diseased cells.
New drug 'wakes up' immune system to fight one of deadliest cancers.
Gene Tests Identify Breast Cancer Patients Who Can Skip Chemotherapy
Laron syndrome seems to protect against cancer, diabetes, and other diseases that are some of the most common causes of death in the world.
Watson AI saved a Japanese woman's life by correctly identifying her disease after treatment failed.
Setting the Body’s ‘Serial Killers’ Loose on Cancer
What Is Immunotherapy? The Basics on These Cancer Treatments...
Helpless to Prevent Cancer? Actually, Quite a Bit Is in Your Control
A U.S. NIH advisory committee approved the first CRISPR clinical trial to genetically alter humans.
Microsoft Finds Cancer Clues in Search Queries
One Person’s Cancer Can Be Fought Using Someone Else’s Immune Cells, Study Finds
When Do You Give Up on Treating a Child With Cancer?
18 Incredible Science-Based Benefits of Regular Sauna Use
93% of leukemia patients in remission after an experimental T cell therapy. Another win for Immunotherapy.
The UX Of Ethics: Should Google Tell You If You Have Cancer?
Artificial Intelligence Microscope Helps Find Cancer Cells Using Photonic Time Stretch and Deep Learning
It’s Not Cancer: Doctors Reclassify a Thyroid Tumor
$250 million, 300 scientists and 40 labs: Sean Parker’s revolutionary project to ‘solve’ cancer
Gum disease opens up the body to a host of infections.
Jimmy Carter is no longer being treated for cancer. Immunotherapy has made him cancer free.
Crunchy toast could give you cancer, FSA warns
Why John Grisham is giving his latest book away
Scientists claim extraordinary success (94% remission in one study) with T cell treatment using immune cells to target cancer.
Running helps mice slow cancer growth.
By 2020, You May Be Able to Test Yourself for Cancer In Your Own Home
Cancer took Google exec Jeff Huber's wife. Now he's CEO of one of the most audacious cancer startups in years: GRAIL.
"Cancer cells simply melt away" in a drug trial for 79% of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
IBM Watson is better at diagnosing cancer than human doctors.
Why Do So Many People Get Cancer?
Cancer deaths hit their lowest rate since the numbers peaked in 1991.
Review: In ‘When Breath Becomes Air,’ Dr. Paul Kalanithi Confronts an Early Death
Gut Bacteria Can Dramatically Amplify Cancer Immunotherapy
Canadian Doctor At Sunnybrook In Toronto First In World To Break Blood-Brain Barrier To Successfully Treat Brain Tumor
Gene editing saves girl dying from leukemia in world first. Total remission in 5 mos, after chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant failed.
Adding bifidobacteria into the digestive tracts of mice increased their immune system's ability to attack tumor cells.
A huge milestone: Approval of cancer-hunting virus signals new treatment era...
Researchers developed a blood test that diagnoses from a single blood drop if a person has cancer, with 96% certainty for most cancer types.
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