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Disrupted body clock may lead to obesity and breast cancer

In a new study, USC scientists report that a novel time-keeping mechanism within liver cells that helps sustain key organ tasks can contribute to...

Some men with prostate cancer opt out of surgery

Dale White was diagnosed with prostate cancer six years ago. His doctor told him that surviving prostate cancer depended on one treatment option: surgery. ''I was...

Dealing with breast cancer means also keeping in mind heart health

When the diagnosis is breast cancer, it may be hard to focus on anything else. Still, doctors and patients dealing with that health crisis need...

Major breakthrough in lung cancer diagnosis and treatment

Over the past 30 years, interventional cardiology has transformed heart care — replacing many interventions that used to require open-heart surgery with less invasive...

Colon and colorectal cancers rise fast in U.S. millennials

In a recent study, researchers found that colon and colorectal cancers are among the most commonly diagnosed cancers in both men and women in...

Surgery choice could affect quality of life in people with breast cancer

In a new study, researchers found that younger breast cancer patients who underwent mastectomy reported lower breast satisfaction and poorer psychosocial and sexual well-being...

Stanford scientists discover why chemotherapy could harm the brain

More than half of cancer survivors suffer from cognitive impairment from chemotherapy that lingers for months or years after the cancer is gone. In a...

A new therapy to fight aggressive and resistant prostate cancers

In a new study, researchers report a new combined therapy to fight the most aggressive and resistant prostate cancers. The study was conducted by Prostate...

Prostate problems linked to depression and sleep disorders

In a new study, researchers find that men who suffer from urological problems such as erectile dysfunction, urinary tract and bladder problems or infertility...
Cancer treatments may accelerate aging and harm cognitive functions

Cancer treatments may accelerate aging and harm cognitive functions

In a recent study, UCLA researchers found that cancer treatments may accelerate certain aging processes in the body. They found that indicators of such biological...