As solar panels become increasingly more common across the country, some people worry that the increase in radiation or exposure to certain materials used to make solar panels could cause cancer. In this post, learn what the research says about solar energy and cancer risk.
Can eating soy increase your risk for breast cancer? Here, learn where this idea comes from, why the science shows eating soy cannot lead to breast cancer, and what to know about eating healthy levels of soy.
Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky discusses how the symptoms of menopause can be similar to those of certain types of cancer, what people approaching or going through menopause should know about these symptoms, and how treatment for menopause can impact cancer risk.
In this expert Q&A, Dr. Anthony J. Alberg discusses how smoking cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and e-cigarettes impacts your cancer risk and how people can get help to quit smoking.
2019 National Cancer Opinion Survey: Americans Need More and Better Education about Cancer Prevention, End-of-Life Care, and E-Cigarettes
Results from the 2019 National Cancer Opinion Survey underscore the need for trustworthy information about cancer prevention, end-of-life care, and e-cigarettes.
Can cancer risk run in families? Two pathologists answer 4 frequently asked questions about inherited cancer.
ASCO’s annual National Cancer Opinion Survey has revealed that many young adults incorrectly believe that using e-cigarettes, or vaping, is harmless and not addictive.
Physical therapist Sharon Leslie shares smart steps older adults can take to help make cancer treatment less challenging.
Concerned about a family history of cancer? Learn how genetic counseling and testing can help you understand and manage your own cancer risk.