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Hanford nuclear site incident raises questions about health, cancer risks
The breach of a tunnel that houses contaminated radioactive materials at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation has drawn attention to potential risks around nuclear radiation exposure , including cancer concerns long-cited in the surrounding community, which has dubbed the scar left behind following
President Trump rounds up Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare
In the 11th hour the president makes his case but will likely face more hurdles even if he gets backing.
Shannen Doherty reveals her breast cancer is in remission
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton brings the latest update on Doherty's battle with breast cancer.
Saxophone star Kenny G plays impromptu in-flight performance
Kenny G surprised passengers with some unique in-flight entertainment aboard a Delta airlines flight from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles on Saturday. Flight attendants asked passengers to help raise $1,000 for Delta G.O. Relay for Life and announced that if they surpassed that goal, the saxophone
US cancer deaths are decreasing, study finds
More people are surviving the most common forms of cancer as cancer deaths continue to trend downward for both men and women in the U.S., according to a new study published today by the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. From 2010 to 2014, overall cancer deaths in men decreased by 1.8
‘Dancing With the Stars’ 2017: Fun facts about the new celebrity cast
The cast of season 24 of the hit reality TV show "Dancing With the Stars" was announced live on ABC News' "Good Morning America" today. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, figure skater Nancy Kerrigan and actor Mr. T are among the stars who will be battling each other for the coveted mirror ball trophy
Index: Police officer dragged during a traffic stop in Brooklyn
ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
Colorectal cancer rates up sharply in younger adults
The alarming health headline tonight the American Cancer Society revealing one type of cancer Sorin for millenniums. The study showed people born in 1990 and later at double the risk of colorectal cancer. Compared to their parents save me researchers say the respect young were adults with
Colorectal cancer rates increasing sharply among younger adults, study finds
Colorectal cancer rates have been rising sharply in younger adults even as the rate for the population as a whole has dropped, according to a study published today in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. While rates of colon cancer dropped for people 55 and older from the mid-1980's to