Worried about whether drinking soy milk and eating tofu could increase your risk of breast cancer? Here’s what you need to know.
There aren’t any right or wrong ways to tell your child that you have cancer. But a child psychologist shares strategies that can help you explain this tough topic and keep the lines of communication open.
The most common symptom of testicular cancer is a lump on your testicle. But that’s not the only sign of this disease.
Our experts explain why you should learn about your family history of prostate cancer and other cancers, and share this information with your physician.
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Hair dye contains more than 5,000 chemicals, some of which have been linked to cancer. Learn whether a new look can come at a health cost.
A long-running rumor connects the use of deodorant with breast cancer. Is there any truth to it? Let’s find out from oncologists.
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A breast cancer specialist explains how vitamin D isn’t a preventive measure against breast cancer, but how having a normal range of vitamin D levels in your body can be useful if you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Heard of the FDA-approved direct-to-consumer DNA self-test for breast cancer mutations? Is this test worthwhile, and is it right for you? A breast cancer specialist weighs in.