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Viagra might help make stem cell transplants easier
In a study in mice, the drug pull stem cells out of the bone marrow quickly and efficiently.
Most people don’t know the true dangers of HPV
We have a vaccine that prevents cancer—but not enough people are using it.
Cancer has now surpassed heart disease as the number one killer in some populations
The trend illustrates a growing disparity in the ways people in richer and poorer countries die.
Stop saving your umbrella for a rainy day
Countries like China and Egypt have been using the parasol the right way—to stay cool and stop skin cancer.
Artificial intelligence is taking an increased role in diagnosing and treating cancer
A new AI system was able to identify cancer outcomes as well as human readers.
Baseball players outlive most of us, but some positions are better than others
Want to live longer? Be an MLB player.
People in cancer treatment during hurricanes have lower survival rates
Delay in treatment during natural disasters can be detrimental for certain cancer patients.
Poor lung cancer screening guidelines miss too many African American smokers
African American smokers tend to smoke fewer cigarettes, but have a higher risk of lung cancer.
Too many antioxidants can give you cancer, and other facts about the misunderstood molecules
And free radicals aren't always bad for you.
Plants couldn’t run away from Chernobyl—but that’s what saved them
Why plants don't get cancer.