This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the youngest Australian to be diagnosed with breast cancer is urging all women to be 'breast aware'.
Researchers found higher soy intake was linked to a 77% reduced risk of osteoporotic fractures in younger women.
Cancer patients are not being advised by their physicians that there is an increased risk of cardiotoxicity associated with their treatments.
The need for chemotherapy will increase dramatically by 2040, as will the need for more practising cancer physicians.
Patients with severe and deadly inherited blood disorders may soon have a 100% cure rate, thanks to a bone marrow transplant.
New research has found that 1 in 5 former and current smokers will suffer from pancreatic cancer — and the risks are worse for men.
Painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen have been found to significantly improve survival rates for head or neck cancer patients with the PIK3CA mutation.
A group of health organisations came together to run Australia's first 'Let's Talk About Cancer' pop-up shops, to great success.
With 50% of men in their 50s experiencing symptoms related to an enlarged prostate, health practitioners should encourage middle-aged men to have a check-up.
A new class of medication prevents cancer from dividing and proliferating, effectively stopping it in its tracks.
Women with diabetes are 27% more likely to develop cancer than their male counterparts.
A new blood test that can identify melanoma in its early stages could save thousands of lives — and dollars.
Inspired by his young daughter undergoing chemo, a tradie Dad and his mate have designed superhero hospital gowns for sick children.
It seems nurses are doing a better job than doctors at identifying colorectal cancer.
A woman has been cancer-free for two years after her immune system was tweaked to destroy the disease. The treatment offers hope to other late-stage patients.