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En español | A $72 million jury verdict against Johnson & Johnson for failing to warn consumers of a potential cancer risk from talc in baby and bath powder has raised questions about the safety of using these items, especially for feminine hygiene.
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The American Cancer Society’s newly announced change in mammogram guidelines has made the debate on when, and how frequently, to get breast cancer screening even more confusing for women.
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Today is the American Cancer Society's 37th-annual Great American Smokeout, and if you're trying to quit, new research shows that the nicotine patch or prescription drugs work much better than trying this cold turkey.
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Sorry, bacon and sausage lovers, but a new study finds that eating just one link of sausage or two slices of bacon every day may increase the risk of pancreatic cancer by 19 percent.
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Overall cancer deaths in the United States are down, driven by steep declines in fatal cases of lung and breast cancer. But certain, more rare cancers are up"”and older adults have seen the steepest inclines.
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If you're 75 or older, you don't need routine screening for breast, colorectal and prostate cancer.
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