Medical history created after UK toddler gets injected with eye cancer cure

An 18-month-old girl in UK, who is suffering from eye cancer, is paving way for better cancer cures after getting injected with drugs to battle her disease rather than undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Women at high risk of ovarian cancer urged to have surgery by age 35

A new research suggests that for women who carry a notorious cancer gene and need to remove healthy ovaries through surgery, may benefit most from having the operation as young as 35.

Engineered virus to fight aggressive breast cancer

Scientists have found that an engineered virus can fight triple negative breast cancer - one of the most aggressive and least treatable forms of the disease.

New hope for sufferers of thyroid cancer

Patients with advanced thyroid cancer have for many years faced bleak prospects and no viable treatment options.

Potent compound kills prostate cancer cells

Scientists have found a promising compound that kills prostate cancer cells by compromising their ability to withstand environmental stress.

New guerrilla tactics to outwit cancer cells

Scientists have proposed a new `cyber war` strategy, similar to guerrilla warfare tactics, to outsmart cancer cells through its own social intelligence.

`Most cancers could be curable within a decade`

One of the men who discovered the DNA structure has said that it will be possible to cure most cancer cases within a decade.

Cancer patients hope for children - with fertility preservation

Cancer patients, mostly the young, are now often given the choice of fertility preservation by their oncologist before they start treatment.

Cancer patients hope for children - with fertility preservation

Cancer patients, mostly the young, are now often given the choice of fertility preservation by their oncologist before they start treatment.

Lung cancer scans can be unreliable: Study

CT scans to measure lung tumors can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe the cancer is growing when it`s not.

Lung cancer scans can be unreliable: Study

CT scans to measure lung tumors can be unreliable, potentially leading patients and doctors to believe the cancer is growing when it`s not.

Kids who survive cancer more often get new tumours

Kids develop second cancers largely as a result of the treatment they receive.

Strong social support benefits breast cancer patients

Breast cancer patients who have a strong social support system in the first year after diagnosis are less likely to die or have a recurrence of cancer.

`India staring at cancer explosion`

Cancer is likely to double or triple among its population in the next 20 yrs.

`India staring at cancer explosion`

Cancer is likely to double or triple among its population in the next 20 yrs.

Strong social support benefits breast cancer patients

Breast cancer patients who have a strong social support system in the first year after diagnosis are less likely to die or have a recurrence of cancer.