The National Cancer Institute is tasked with compiling cancer statistics in the United States. Learn about the findings, including cancer rates, deaths, and trends.
Cancer is not contagious in humans, though some infectious diseases can lead to cancer. In rare cases, cancer may be transmitted to another.
Bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) is a rare type of cancer. It causes symptoms such as jaundice and usually requires aggressive treatment.
Neuroendocrine tumors of the lung, such as carcinoid tumors, differ from other types of lung cancer. Learn about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
Lung adenocarcinoma is the most common type of lung cancer but one that is often missed, particularly in young women who have never smoked. Find out why.
Most women diagnosed with uterine cancer will have to have their uteruses removed, although in some cases chemotherapy or radiation is needed.
BRAF mutations are present in many melanomas as well as some lung cancers, colon cancers, and more. Learn about the basics, testing, and treatment.
Tumor markers are substances that can be used to monitor cancer. Learn about common biomarkers, how they are used, and their limitations.
Learn why your lung cancer could be inoperable and what treatments are available when surgery is no longer an option.
Vitamin B complex is a supplement containing eight B vitamins. These vitamins help the body convert food into energy and may help reduce stress.