North County High School freshman Jack Andraka won what is considered the Olympics of science fairs with a diagnostic breakthrough in cancer treatment.
An Irish company is using four American diamondback rattlesnakes in a new clinical trial that will test snake venom as a treatment for cancer.
In 2001, Nova Scotian Rick Simpson discovered that a cancerous spot on his skin disappeared within a few days of applying an essential oil made from marijuana.
Chemotherapy, radiation and cancer medications save peoples’ lives, but take a toll on their bodies.
A young entrepreneur is trying to help his dad fight a rare form of cancer – and he hasn’t even finished kindergarten.
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