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Research and Education


A cancer treatment set to  was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration earlier this month. Hopefully it will give women diagnosed with HER2-low breast cancer extended survival rates. The groundbreaking new drug, Enhertu, deleoped by AstraZeneca, was given...

Cancer Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that use the host immune system to fight cancer.  The immune system is made up antibodies, white blood cells, and other chemicals and proteins that attack and destroy substances such as bacteria and viruses...

Cancer Risk Factors

It is usually not possible to know exactly why one person develops cancer and another doesn’t. But research has shown that certain risk factors may increase a person’s chances of developing cancer. The list below includes the most-studied known or suspected risk...

Cervical Cancer

What is Cervical Cancer? Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the cells of a woman’s cervix. Two types of cells cover two parts of the cervix. Glandular cells cover the endocervix, which is closest to the uterus. Squamous cells cover the ectocervix, near...


New Breakthrough in Cancer Treatment According to recent report on CBS, former president Jimmy Carter has announced that he is now cancer free.  Last year in August, he had an aggressive form of melanoma skin cancer, and that tumors had spread into his liver and...

Breast Cancer Facts

Breast Cancer Facts

  Over the course of a lifetime, about 1 in 8 American women will develop an invasive form of breast cancer. In 2017, about 252,710 women will be diagnosed with new invasive cases of breast cancer, while 2,470 men will receive the same news. Breast cancer starts...