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Researchers create detailed 3D maps of tumors that should yield better treatment.
Here's a guide to what you need to know. The first priority is screening.
Although men are more prone to developing the disease, women tend to have worse outcomes.
Research finds more vegetables, fruit and whole grains may reduce incidence by 22 percent.
New research highlights a possible gap in screening for the disease in the 65-plus population.
Elahere receives accelerated approval in an important advancement for gynecologic cancers.
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.
White males have the highest rates of the disease, likely due to a combination of factors.
Auditory impairment is a side effect that many cancer patients may not know about.