Former U.S. Senator Arlen Specter is in the hospital with what’s being called a “serious illness.” Specter’s family and friends confirm to the Philadelphia Daily News that he’s in the hospital but aren’t elaborating on the illness.
Researchers for the American Cancer Society looked at more than 100,000 older adults taking aspirin for heart disease prevention. They found taking a daily aspirin was linked to a 16 percent lower risk of cancer death.
Inspiration can come from many places. For one die-hard Steelers fan in Colorado, her inspiration in a battle for her life came from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
Sometimes things happen in a person’s life that not only change them, but change the people around them as well.
Robin Gibb, a founding member of the Bee Gees who helped propel the group to international stardom, has died in England. He was 62.
TMZ.com is reporting that singer Donna Summer has died after a battle with cancer. TMZ reports Summer was in Florida at the time of her death. She was 63-years-old.
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul, but for doctors, they can actually be windows for something else: your health.
One of the nation’s top cancer doctors is working with a machine that could end up being a major breakthrough in treating the killer disease. It was four years ago when John Kanzius showed KDKA’s David Highfield his idea to use radio waves to kill cancer.
It’s a sad day in the music world. Adam Yauch, also known as MCA of the Beastie Boys, passed away today after a long battle with cancer. He told fans about his condition in July of 2009 via a YouTube video.
In Ms. Mary Lou Conroy’s second grade class at St. Thomas More, Leo Farmerie, Gus Cramer and Trey Pauley are getting ready for some serious buzz cuts.
A daily regimen of aspirin is known to help battle heart disease, but a new study suggests it may help prevent and fight cancer as well.
Hundreds of medicines are in short supply — 28 of them are cancer drugs that hundreds of thousands of people need – a relatively smaller number than the millions that take other drugs, which is one reason reserves are running low.
A new study shows many children and adolescents are not protecting themselves from the sun’s harmful rays and they could pay the price later in life.
For women with a type of breast cancer called ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, a new test is available to help guide treatment and determine if radiation is the proper course of action.
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