Advancements in the Treatment and Prevention of Various Types of Cancer
Promising new findings show that the drug, Brigatinib, has a 54 percent response rate in cancers that didn’t respond to Crizotinib.
Scientists recently discovered that a substance found in breastmilk has significant tumor fighting ability.
New research suggests that drinking less can reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer, as well as other types of cancer.
A new study suggests that eating two ounces of tree nuts a week significantly reduces recurrence and death of patients who were diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer.
A new study suggests that a genetic glitch could give patients with advanced cancers that don’t respond to chemotherapy new hope with this type of treatment.