Three Months of COVID-19 May Mean 80,000 Missed Cancer Diagnoses
A total of 80,000-plus diagnoses of five common cancers in the United States are projected to be missed or delayed during the...
When it comes to reducing the risk of cancer, the first thing that comes to mind is clean living, exercise and a healthy diet. For others avoiding bad habits such as smoking, using a tanning bed, over indulging in coffee and alcohol consumption are top priorities for lowering cancer risks. What you are probably notread more
Male breast cancer does not discriminate and although not as common as breast cancer found in women, it can affect men of all ages, although it is most often found in older men. Men that have been diagnosed with male breast cancer at an earlier stage have a very high chance of survival. Unfortunately, manyread more