Most American Adults Do Not Use Sunscreen Regularly

The majority of Americans are not using sunscreen regularly to protect their skin from damage caused by the sun’s ultraviolet...

The Playing Field for Cancer Checkpoint Inhibitors Is Expanding

The list of cancers that may be susceptible to checkpoint inhibitors is quickly expanding, according to findings from clinical trials...

Adjuvant Chemotherapy Modestly Improves Survival in Some Men with Prostate Cancer

Giving some men with prostate cancer chemotherapy after standard treatment with radiation and hormone therapy modestly improves how long they...

Study Finds Storytelling Helps Overcome Cervical Cancer Screening Disparities

Using a storytelling approach to educate women about cervical cancer screening eliminated disparities in attitudes toward screening and behavior, according...

Better Care for Children with Cancer Linked to Longer Lifespans

New data from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study suggest that refinements in pediatric cancer treatment over the last few decades...

Enhancing the Clinical Trials Search Function on Cancer.gov

The enhanced clinical trials search function on Cancer.gov will allow users to more easily find accurate and timely information about...

Using Gene Expression to Diagnose Lung Cancer More Accurately

A pattern of gene expression in the cells of the upper airways of patients with suspected lung cancer can help...

Many Women with Dense Breasts May Not Need Additional Screening

Breast density is just one of several factors that should be taken into account in determining the need for additional...

In Mice, New Drug Conjugate Suggests Promise for Hard-to-Treat Pediatric Cancers

Findings from a study in mice suggests that a new type of drug conjugate may have potential as a treatment...