Headlines
Does Saw Palmetto Work?
A study says saw palmetto may be ineffective, but doctors are unsure.
Political Intrigue in Merck's HPV Vaccine Push
Drugmaker Backs Off Vaccination Campaign; New Report Reveals Contributions to Texas Governor
GPS System Helps Treat Prostate Cancer
Same Navigational Technology Used in Cars Allows More Precise Radiation Treatment
Predicting Breast Cancer's Return
New Test Adds to Understanding of Recurrent Breast Cancer
DCA: Cancer Breakthrough or Urban Legend?
Enthusiasm Outpacing Science in Possible Cancer Therapy Discovery
Poor Get Less Chemotherapy
Lower Education Level and Obesity May Mean Less Chemotherapy: Study
Largest-Ever Recorded Decline in Cancer Deaths
Report: American Cancer Deaths Dropped by More Than 3,000 Between 2003 and 2004
Healthy Gums May Prevent Pancreatic Cancer, New Drug Could Treat It
Two New Studies May Suggest Treatment Options and Preventive Measures for Deadly Disease
New Cutting-Edge Treatments for Breast Cancer
Medical Developments Yield Promising Drugs, Treatments
Robotic Prostate Surgery: State of the Art?
Some Doctors Welcome the New Method, While Others Say It Provides No New Benefits
Some Dermatologists See a Sunscreen Revolution
A New Product Offers Better and Longer Protection, but Doctors Skeptical About Pill
Sunscreen Makers Sued, but Doctors Defend Products
Lawsuit Alleges Sunscreen Products Give Users a False Sense of Security
Helping Children Cope When a Loved One Has Cancer
Experts Say It's Most Important to Tell Kids the Truth
When a Child Is Diagnosed: A Psychologist's Advice
Cancer Diagnosis 'Is Truly Frightening; It's Like an Earthquake'
Children with Cancer Can Plan Own Treatment
'They Tell Me Everything,' 13-Year-Old Says, 'And I Tell Them What I Think'
Videos
See Sun Damage Before It Happens
Brand-new technology that could save you from skin cancer.
Mammograms and Cancer Care
Breast cancer survivors are not following up with enough mammograms.
Raloxifene and Breast Cancer
The NIH announces a treatment for breast cancer using an osteoporosis drug.
New Weapon to Fight Breast Cancer
Study shows osteoporosis drug may treat breast cancer with fewer side effects.
Ovarian Cancer: A Change in Treatment
Treatment may increase survival by more than a year for ovarian cancer patients.
In Hope of Helping
Teens make an anti-smoking documentary about their cancer-stricken mom.
New Cancer Drug Works
Evista works equally as well as Nolvadex at preventing invasive breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Breakthrough
Researchers tie gene mutation to certain breast cancers.
New Sunscreens for Summer
Your skin may have a friend in pills, clothing made to protect against the sun.
Tanning Salons Luring Teens
Is there a connection between young women, skin cancer and tanning salon ads?
Stop! You Could Be Harming Your Skin
Dermatologist finds that most people buy the wrong products for their skin type.