New research looking at racial survival disparities has suggested that aggressive breast cancer subtypes could explain the gap in mortality between black and white breast cancer patients.
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The first study into childhood cancer in sub-Saharan Africa has been published, providing a previously unavailable collation of statistics. The data could provide an essential source of information to researchers and policy makers across the region.
In this research article discover the relationship between the SOX2OT gene and breast tumorigenesis.
According to a new American Cancer Society Report, one in five cancer diagnoses in the United States is a rare cancer.
In this blog piece from our charity partner World Cancer Research Fund, Rachel Thompson tells us about the link between alcohol consumption and breast cancer.
Experts warn that recent legislative proposals may endanger research on the environment and cancer, following a study highlighting the positive association between cancer incidence and poor environment quality.
Discover the highlights of the 26th World Congress of International Association of Surgeons Gastroenterologists and Oncologists in Seoul discussing the epidemiology and treatment of gallbladder tumors.
Researchers have demonstrated that administering neoadjuvant chemotherapy prior to surgery may improve patient outcomes for African-American breast cancer patients.
A new study highlights how HPV infection prevalence among young men varies with vaccination practices in the United States.