The disease often goes undetected until it’s too late for the women who get it, but groundbreaking research at the University of Minnesota could mean ovarian cancer is discovered much earlier.
A new study shows the level of poverty or wealth in an area may affect the types of cancers people get. Researchers looked at three million tumors diagnosed over a four-year period. They found in the poorest neighborhoods, larynx, cervical, and liver cancers were the most common.
There are new guidelines out about cervical cancer screening. And, for many women, it will mean fewer trips to the doctor’s office.
A study released tonight said that half the men in the U.S. could be infected with the most common sexually transmitted virus.