Coronavirus In Maryland – Cases Jump To 85, Closures, Precautions, And More

COVID-19 is a disease first identified in China in December of 2019. The virus is new so it hasn’t caused illness in humans in the past. The number of cases in the... Read more »

New York Oncologist Sentenced For Administering Unapproved, Foreign Drugs

Albany, New York – Vincent Koh, M.D., age 73, and his wife and office manager Milly Koh, age 64, of Poughkeepsie, New York, were sentenced today to pay fines of $7,500 and... Read more »
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A Comprehensive Overview Of Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is utilized to eradicate cancer cells, by slowing or stopping the cells from growing. In some cases, the cancer cells can be eradicated, so they can no longer be detected in... Read more »

First Gene Therapy Passes FDA Approval

On Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration approved a revolutionary gene therapy that utilizes an individual’s blood cells that have been genetically engineered to attack and eradicate cancer cells.   Thirty-two medical... Read more »

Sen. John McCain’s Glioblastoma Multiforme Diagnosis Is Worth Learning More About

Since Sen. John McCain’s cancer diagnosis hit the national headlines, people around the world are becoming more curious about the disease. According to a statement released by McCain’s office, the malignant tumor... Read more »

Researchers Recommend More Participation By Older People For Improved Health Outcomes

A 72-year-old female participates in a study conducted at The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at LifeBridge Health, by strapping on a device that utilizes electromagnetic pulses to potentially reduce inflammation in... Read more »

New Study Suggests Nearly Half Of U.S. Adults Have HPV

The Human papillomavirus (HPV) is more common than one would think, consisting of over 200 related viruses, with each being given a unique number, which is referred to as HPV type. Low-risk... Read more »

A New Johns Hopkins Study Suggests DNA Errors And “Bad Luck” Are Responsible For Most Cancer Mutations

Science plays a huge role in cancer research, but its use has been limited. Researchers have avoided utilizing science to estimate the different forms of cancers that are linked to particular circumstances... Read more »

The Signs Of Heart Disease – Something Everyone Should Know

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the number killer in the United States. Recent data shows one-third of heart disease’ victims die, before the disease... Read more »

Look Good Feel Better Seminar Provides Cancer Patients With Cosmetic Tips

Chemotherapy eradicates cancer cells, but it also slows the growth of healthy cells, since it treats the entire body. Many cancer patients undergo a series of radiation and chemotherapy simultaneously. Chemotherapy drugs... Read more »