Doctors: Don't delay breast cancer screening due to pandemic

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.

Cancer centers push patients to quit smoking

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.

29-year-old NYPD cop beats cancer

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.