E-Cigarettes Don’t Live Up to Promises
New studies find that electronic cigarettes trail other methods in helping people quit smoking, but they are growing in popularity among teens.
by Teresa Bergen
Understanding Stress and Cancer
A symposium at the AACR Annual Meeting explores how social factors contribute to elevated risk of cancer in some populations.
by Eric Fitzsimmons
Mushroom for Improvement
A broad review of existing research finds eating more mushrooms is associated with lower risk of developing cancer.
by Ashley P. Taylor
Improving Your Diet One Plate at a Time
The New American Plate suggests gradual changes to build healthier eating habits.
by Jon Kelvey
October 1: The Week in Cancer News
MRI can be a cost-effective way to screen for breast cancer, and a new study investigates the impact of higher alcohol taxes on cancer incidence
by Kevin McLaughlin
Risk in the Air
Air pollution can increase a person's risk of developing cancer, a burden that isn't shared equally in every neighborhood.
by Jon Kelvey
An Alternative to Meat
Are new plant-based meat alternatives a better way to satisfy burger cravings?
by Erin O’Donnell
July 16: The Week in Cancer News
A study measures the global impact of alcohol on cancer incidence, and the FDA approves treatments for multiple myeloma and urothelial cancer.
by Bradley Jones
The Impact of HPV Vaccination
Over a decade after human papillomavirus vaccines first became available in the U.S., their effect on cervical cancer incidence is becoming apparent.
by Carisa D. Brewster
Genetic Testing Gaps
Testing for hereditary mutations is increasingly recommended for people with cancer, but recommendations do not always translate into access to testing and appropriate counseling.
by Kate Yandell