Even among those who support workplace protections for breastfeeding mothers, strict regulations are cause for concern.
The genetic diversity between individual tumors makes it difficult to develop a universal cancer vaccine, but there are a lot of alternative treatments.
Replacing tissue biopsies with blood biopsies would change everything about how we screen for cancer. We're not there yet, but researchers are inching closer.
Drug resistance is a problem when treating infections and cancer. Sometimes the solution is to contain instead of destroy infectious organisms and cancer cells.
Two babies with advanced leukemia are cancer-free following a first-in-human experimental treatment in Britain.
More women are delaying pregnancy into their 40s and 50s, but are they putting their health in jeopardy?
Sometimes a drug intended for one purpose turns out to have other uses. Metformin, a treatment for type 2 diabetes, may prove effective in treating cancer.
The number of women dying from cancer around the world keeps rising, and it will take a global response to reverse the trend.