If you were offered the chance to keep from developing the third most common cancer and to cure it if you have it, wouldn’t you be first in line to snatch up that gift? But
It may be socially taboo to discuss our colons, rectums and anything having to do with poop, but there’s nothing embarrassing about being open and honest about colorectal cancer. Cancer is dangerous, no matter where
About one man in seven will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, the American Cancer Society says—a statistic that means the odds are good you or someone you know will have or has had prostate cancer.
Lung and bronchus cancer is the second most common non-skin cancer among American men and women, after prostate cancer in men and breast cancer in women. It is also the leading cause of cancer-related death
It’s enough to make your blood run cold and your heart skip a beat. Nobody wants to hear the dreaded “C” word — cancer — during a visit with their physician. As medicine continues to