Denver City Council President Optimistic After Second Cancer DiagnosisDenver City Council President Albus Brooks is battling cancer once again.
Judge Rules That Coffee Requires Cancer WarningCoffee sellers will have to post ominous warnings in California because each cup contains a chemical linked to cancer, a judge ruled.
Take The Ring Of Fire Challenge To Help A Teen Battle Cancer... AgainThe Aurora Police Department started the Ring of Fire Challenge to support a teenager battling cancer.
9/11 Hero Who Saved Hundreds Dies Of Cancer At Age 45Thomas Phelan is one of the thousands of victims of cancer linked to the 9/11 attack.
E-Cigarettes Exposing Teens To Cancer-Causing Toxins, Report SaysAccording to scientists in California, vaping is exposing teens to "potentially cancer-causing chemicals also found in tobacco cigarettes."
Study: Bacon Linked To Causing CancerResearchers say that bacon acts as a bit of a double whammy in that it is both a red meat and a processed meat.
GoFundMe Page Launched For Police Sergeant Battling CancerA Brighton police sergeant has come under trying times while serving his community.
Green Buckets Will Soon Help Firefighters Fight Hidden DangerColorado’s first responders face dangers every day, even those they cannot see. For firefighters, one of the greatest of those is cancer.
Scientists Say Certain Foods Linked To Spread Of CancerA recent study, published in the journal Nature, says reducing the levels of asparagine consumed could dramatically reduce cancer's ability to spread throughout the body.
After 127 Studies, Experts Say Coffee Is Healthy For Everyone Except Pregnant WomenA recent review of 127 separate studies, published in Annual Reviews, found that coffee was not only good for the body but also had a small chance to reduce the development of certain cancers.
Cancer 'Vaccine' Wiped Out Tumors In Mice, Scientists SayThe new treatment, which was directly injected into the tumor sites of 90 mice, cured 87 mice of the disease.
Birth Control Pills May Prevent Some Cancers, Study FindsAccording to the researchers at the National Cancer Institute, oral contraceptives can reduce the chance of developing ovarian, breast, and other cancers in women.