RSSArchive for June, 2011

Cervical Cancer

Recent Developments in the Field of Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is among the most common cancers in women, however unlike a lot of other cancers the rates of incidence of cervical cancer has actually fallen in the recent past. In the middle of the 20th century, cervical cancer was killing more women in the United States than any other kind of cancer and […]

Cancer Breakthroughs

Recent Cancer Research and Breakthroughs

Cancer research is a fast evolving field of medicine; and new developments and treatments that are constantly being created mean that even those with rare and incurable cancers may have hope that their cancer could find a cure in their lifetime. At the Baylor College of Medicine, a recent breast cancer breakthrough may mean that […]

Female Smokers

How Women Are More at Risk from Smoking than Men?

Though lung cancer rates among men are showing a welcome decline in recent times, worryingly this is not a parallel case with lung cancer among women. The fact is that women seem to be more affected by the carcinogens and other harmful toxins present in cigarettes than men, and a number of different studies have […]