Tiny and efficient, these biodegradable single cells show promise as a way to target hard-to-reach cancers.
A new study delivers the dark financial reality of cancer.
In the 1990s, the two scientists made key discoveries that led to the development of promising new cancer-fighting immunotherapy drugs.
Scientists in Japan have genetically modified chickens to lay eggs containing an extremely valuable protein that helps treat cancer, hepatitis and multiple sclerosis in humans. The cost of one of […]
Ocean Conservancy has collected more than 60 million butts since the '80s.
Are hot dogs or hamburgers the healthier option? It's a question that has plagued many a summer barbecue guest.
Despite doubts from the healthcare industry, Watson recently identified a surprisingly high number of potential cancer treatments for real-life patients.
Could vegetarianism actually lead to a lower quality of life?
“Scientists should think like poets,” says E.O. Wilson, because new metaphors mobilize new thinking.
This could end the days of suffering through cancer treatment.
Two-thirds of all cancers are caused by DNA replication errors, according to Johns Hopkins researchers. But don't light a celebratory cigarette just yet.
British doctors eliminate the disease in two infants with incurable cancer by utilizing a medical first gene-editing techniques.
Scientists create a portable device that can detect 17 diseases, including 8 different cancers, straight from a person's breath.
A new study finds that having a single extra chromosome may reduce the chance of cancerous tumors. But like everything, it's a balancing act.
A Harvard University study of women finds a link between optimism and risks of dying from a number of diseases.
Studies: One Dose of “Psilocybin” from Magic Mushrooms Relieves Depression in 80% of Cancer Patients
New studies from NYU and John Hopkins University show the effectiveness of psilocybin in treating depression and anxiety of cancer patients.
Would you be cryo-preserved, knowing that if you survived, you would wake up hundreds of years later?
The longer you roll that dice, the higher the chance that a DNA mutation spawns a cancerous cell. The researchers on this study likened it to playing Russian roulette; sooner or later, there's one in the chamber.
Most of us have heard of the double helix. But quadruple helix DNA?
Think happy, be happy? Maybe not. Harvard psychologist Susan David examines the backlash effect of forced positivity in our lives.
Researchers announce a potential breakthrough in using nanotechnology to fight cancer.