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ResearCHECK: Does Daily Aspirin Use Lower Risk of Death If You Have Cancer?

A study published this week looked at the association of aspirin use and cancer deaths in older adults Read More

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Can Hair Dye Cause Cancer?

Chemicals in the dye may behave like the hormones that cause breast cancer. Read More

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Surgically Remove Your Stomach to Stave Off Cancer?

Moffitt expert says an uncommon genetic mutation makes this a viable option Read More

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Study: Anal Cancer Rates, Deaths Climbing In U.S.

Biggest jumps are among older women and young black men Read More

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Study: Obesity-Associated Cancers are Trending in Younger Populations

Cancers that are usually found in those over the age of 65 and are considered “obesity-associated” are appearing in younger people. Read More

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Should I Be Tested for BRCA Mutations?

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has updated recommendations for BRCA testing and genetic counseling. Read More

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Five Questions about Ocular Melanoma

Here are five questions to help you learn more about this rare cancer. Read More

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Scary Smokes: FDA Proposes New Cigarette Labels

Moffitt expert says U.S. is playing catch-up in global tobacco control efforts. Read More

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Swap Red Meat to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

A recent study found an association between red meat and breast cancer. Read More

Coffee And Cancer

New Study Shows Drinking Coffee Does Not Affect Your Cancer Risks

Moffitt expert says study should put to rest fears of coffee increasing risk of most cancers. Read More

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Treatment for Overactive Thyroid Can Increase Risk of Cancer Death  

About 60% of patients who are treated for an overactive thyroid in the U.S. receive radioactive iodine therapy. Read More

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What to know about California’s Prop 65 labels. Read More

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Grilling Red Meat? Read This First

Eating burgers, hot dogs is linked to early death, study shows. Read More

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Does Sleeping with the TV On Lead to Weight Gain?

Dozing off in front of the TV or sleeping with other lights on can affect your body’s metabolism and even lead to weight gain, according to a new study. Read More

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Diet Diminishes Risk of Death from Breast Cancer

A low-fat, plant-based diet has been linked to a reduced risk of death from breast cancer. Read More

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Can a DNA Kit Predict Colorectal Cancer?

23andMe has received FDA clearance to test for genetic mutations that may increase your risk of colorectal cancer. Read More


Excess Weight Gain Contributes to Cancer

A new report says excess body weight accounts for 7 percent of cancer cases in the United States. Read More


Pregnancy May Increase Breast Cancer Risk Before Offering Protective Benefits

Women who’ve given birth may be at an increased risk of breast cancer. Read More


Tanning Bed Use Can Raise Your Chance of a Second Melanoma Diagnosis

There is no such thing as a healthy tan and trying to maintain that illusion during the winter months by tanning indoors is a dangerous plan, according to researchers. Read More


The Great American Smokeout 2018: Tips to Quit

The Great American Smokeout is an opportunity for smokers to commit to a healthy, smoke-free life and learn about the tools they can use to quit. Read More


Besides Smoking, What Causes Lung Cancer?

While cigarette smoking is the most common lung cancer risk factor, about 15 percent of lung cancer diagnoses occur in people who have never smoked. Read More


Can Eating Organic Reduce Your Cancer Risk?

A new study suggests eating only organic fruits and veggies can reduce your risk of developing certain cancers Read More


Global Cancer Deaths Expected to Rise to Nearly 10 Million This Year

Cancer is the second-leading cause of death worldwide, and according to the World Health Organization (WHO) cancer deaths are expected to rise to nearly 10 million this year. Read More


FDA Puts Stores on Notice — Stop Selling E-Cigarettes to Kids

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cracking down on the sale of vaping products to teenagers. Read More


Patients with Genetic Risk for Cancer Feel at Home in New Program

The GeneHome program is a hereditary clinic that sees patients who have had genetic testing and been found to carry a change in a gene that can cause cancer. Read More


Can Inhaling Toxins from Red Tide Cause Cancer?

Many Florida beaches have been heavily affected by red tide this summer. Read More


What You Need to Know about Glyphosate

Recent report shows elevated levels in popular breakfast foods. Read More


What You Need to Know About the New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines

New cervical cancer screening recommendations give women over 30 a new option when it comes to testing. Read More


Recall of Heart, Blood Pressure Medication Grows

FDA has again expanded the list of medications under recall because of impurity that puts patients at risk of cancer. Read More


Is Your Favorite Breakfast Serving Up a Dose of Weed Killer?

Oat-based foods contain unsafe amounts of herbicide, report says. Read More


Are you in a Cancerous Cabin when Flying the Friendly Skies?

A new study shows flight attendants are more likely have cancer. Read More


Artificial Light at Night Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

A new study shows that exposure to blue light commonly emitted by cell phones and computer screens may increase your risk of cancer. Read More