Three single-nucleotide polymorphisms have been identified as viable candidates as biomarkers for the personalized monitoring and treatment of lung cancers.
Researchers from the University of Georgia (GA, USA) have suggested the cause behind an increase in breast cancer genetic testing in the US in 2013.
1.9 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer every year by 2020, a group of experts have estimated. The multi-institutional group has focused on factors in early adulthood, which evidence suggests are linked to subsequent cancer risks later in life.
New research from the University of Edinburgh highlights how an olive oil component, oleic acid, inhibits cancer-causing proteins in the brain.
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.
In this infographic gain a visual snapshot of a review article in which over 50 leaders in the dermatology field critically assess current screening practice for melanoma in an effort to propose rational, risk-based, data-driven guidelines for skin cancer screening.
Editor Jade Parker, speaks to Peter Campbell (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK) to find out how he is working towards identifying the preventable causes of cancer.
Do second primary malignant neoplasms have a similar impact on survival for young patients and older adults?
Survival rates among children and adolescents and young adults (AYA) have a poorer prognosis when diagnosed with secondary cancers in comparison to primary cancers.
The expert speakers from our recent webinar on the links between diet and mouth and gastrointestinal cancers address further questions from our audience.
Increase in numbers of women tested for BRCA mutations, however, some high-risk women still remain unidentified
Research suggests that detection of BRCA mutation carriers is still not being maximized, despite more and more women being tested.