A new study finds nearly 12 percent of men with advanced disease have a genetic mutation. As a result, the authors say every patient should be screened.
A technique called relaxing acupressure could offer a low-cost way to manage symptoms, including sleep loss and fatigue, in those with breast cancer.
A long-term study of young marijuana users shows measurable changes in the brain’s reward system, shifts that may put them at risk for addiction.
A University of Michigan team developed new technology to separate aggressive stage 0 breast cancer from nonaggressive forms, eventually aiming to guide treatment paths.
Multidisciplinary collaborations can promote a new understanding of microbes’ human and ecological impacts.
In inflammatory breast cancer cells, the gene RhoC controls cell metabolism and regulates energy — a ‘vulnerability’ future treatments could exploit.