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Researchers hope an automated tool can remove barriers to diagnoses in developing countries.
An icon of the 1990s loses her battle, but the disease is not always a death sentence.
Patients can safely stop, and then resume, hormone therapy if they desire to get pregnant.
The 66-year-old tennis legend says she will 'fight with all I have.'
Here's the lowdown on the second-most common type of the disease.
With a higher mortality risk, Black women need greater participation in research.
Having more skin growths may indicate a greater chance of getting the disease, studies show.
The rate of anaplastic large-cell lymphoma may be higher than previously thought, study finds.
The journalist says the diagnosis came as a shock, but she benefited from early detection.
Squamous cell carcinoma and various lymphomas have been identified in a small number of cases.