Kidney Transplant Rejection Latest: How Cells Transform And Damage Donated Organs
Immune cells morph and destroy donated organs, making people reject their new kidneys.
Cancer Fears And Facts: Do Most People Get Cancer? The Science Of Cancerous Disease
Look around at your family, friends and acquaintances: It seems like most people get cancer at some point, right? Here's what the science says.
7 Body Parts You Can Live Without, From Stomachs To Penises
Don’t like all of your organs? No problem — you can live without a whole bunch of them.
15.5 Million Americans Have A History Of Cancer; Prostate, Breast Cancers Top The List
As of Jan. 1, 2016, more than 15.5 million Americans have a history of cancer; in 2026, this number will reach more than 20 million.
Common Side Effect Of Sleep Apnea, Hypoxia, May Be Associated With Worse Cancer Outcomes
New research suggests an underlying mechanism of sleep apnea may promote cancer tumor growth.
Obama Wants To Cure Cancer, Announces New “MoonShot” Led By Biden
President Obama promised to undertake a national effort to cure cancer, a “new moonshot” with Vice President Biden in charge of “mission control.”
Feeling Sick? 14 Diseases That Are On The Rise In America
Although Americans are healthier than ever before, there are certain diseases that have been on the rise in recent years.
Teenager's Relentless Nosebleed Turns Out To Be Blessing In Disguise That Saved Both Of Her Parents' Lives
A teen's unrelenting nosebleed led to both of her parents being diagnosed with kidney cancer.
Kidney Cancer Detection: Simple Urine Test May Become Ideal Diagnostic Tool For Disease
Kidney cancer detection could soon become just as easy as peeing in a cup.
Family Pleads With Chimerex For Unapproved Drug To Save Boy's Life: How Brincidofovir Could Treat Adenovirus
A Virginia family pleads with the drug company Chimerex for the unapproved medication — Brincidofovir — to save their sick son from a serious adenovirus infection.