Galleri, which is not covered by insurance, costs $949 and must be ordered by a licensed health care provider.
Routine screenings for common childhood cancers could also save nearly $17,000 per year for each year of life gained among siblings of children who carry certain genetic mutations, the NIH said.
The FDA recently approved an investigational new drug application for the preventative breast cancer vaccine which entered its phase 1 trial at the Cleveland Clinic.
Support groups are meeting virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some call it a silver lining because more people can participate.
Research suggests exercise could lower the risk of developing breast cancer.
The “Drink Less for Your Breasts” campaign aims to bring awareness to the link between alcohol and increased breast cancer risk in women.
Over a third of adults in the United States failed to get routine cancer screenings due to fears related to COVID-19 over the past year and a half. The National Cancer Institute predicts that nearly 10,000 breast and colorectal cancer deaths over the next 10 years will be related to pandemic delays in cancer screening and treatment.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Here are steps to take to help reduce the risk and how to detect it early.
The U.S. has spent $11.7 billion on care and compensation for those exposed to the toxic dust and fires that burned at ground zero for weeks after the attacks.
Produced by Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth, the entertainment community is coming together for “Stand Up To Cancer” — a televised fundraising special, supporting urgently needed research and new treatments for cancer.
Top cancer hospitals are helping patients quit smoking as evidence mounts that it's never too late. Cancer patients who stop using tobacco heal faster, experience fewer side effects from treatment and lower their risk of tumors returning.
On Saturday loved ones will gather for a service at the TWA Flight 800 memorial in Smith Point County Park, the closest point on land to where the plane went down.
Stacey Byrnes, a six-year veteran of the NYPD, was diagnosed with an aggressive type of blood cancer last summer. Her friends, family, and coworkers rallied around her.
U.S. death rates from many types of cancer continued to decline, mostly in deaths from lung cancer and melanoma, according to a new report published Thursday.
The actor played Gunther on the beloved comedy series
More than half the cosmetics sold in the United States and Canada are awash with a toxic industrial compound, a new study finds.
A man is journeying on a 15,000-mile road trip across the U.S. in memory of his daughter, whom he sadly lost to a rare form of bile duct cancer.
A pill used for breast cancer has been shown to help treat certain early-stage, hard-to-treat cases. It was studied in patients with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.
17-year-old Kieran Moise is heading to the US Air Force Academy in the fall, and decided he wanted to donate his hair to be used for wigs for children battling cancer. In addition to donating 19 inches of hair, he also raised $20,000 for St. Jude.
Americans should start getting screened for colon cancer earlier -- at age 45 instead of waiting until they’re 50, according to guidelines released Tuesday.