A Pap smear is a routine test that doctors use to look for changes in the cervical cells. These changes may indicate cancer or precancer. Learn more about a Pap smear here.
People with cancer may have a higher risk of tumors spreading to other sites in the body if they also have diabetes. New research explains why.
Specialists warn that many people undergoing cancer treatment receive neither appropriate information about heart risks nor sufficient monitoring for them.
New research in mice suggests that we could stop some cancers from making a comeback by maintaining metastatic cells in a ‘dormant’ state.
New research in mouse models of human-derived cancers has found a new key factor that supports the growth and spread of aggressive tumors.
A chocolate cyst is an ovarian cyst filled with blood. These growths form in people with endometriosis, usually when the condition is severe. Here, learn about the treatments for chocolate cysts and their potential effects on fertility.
New research in cell cultures and mice reveals a surprising link between the essential amino acid leucine and resistance to tamoxifen in breast cancer.
A new study in mice finds that reused cooking oil may encourage breast cancer metastases. These preliminary results are sure to spark more research.
Mutated p53 tumor suppressor protein is a key driver of most cancers. Now, scientists have identified its mechanism of stability and how to disrupt it.
A new study from Switzerland shows how stress can act on breast cancer tumors, supporting their spread and diversification and making them harder to treat.