Researchers found certain gut bacteria signatures were associated with better and worse responses to immunotherapy.
Students who used social media more had higher levels of a blood protein that indicates chronic inflammation, according to the study.
Tucci also told Insider that having cancer also made him reckon with his own mortality, which was "really scary."
Ham had over 810,000 subscribers on YouTube, where she uploaded tutorials showing how to knit, sew, and crochet various items.
Cameron Newson underwent a 9-hour surgery to remove half her tongue and replace it with thigh tissue. She can only taste and chew on her right side.
During a court hearing, Judge Alexis Krot said the 72-year-old who claimed he was too weak to care for his lawn should be "ashamed."
"You should be ashamed of yourself," 31st District Judge Alexis G. Krot told the man. "If I could give you jail time on this, I would."
Nadia Popovici spotted the mole while attending a hockey game and pressed her phone to the perspex glass to alert Seattle Kraken's assistant manager.
The study found nine of the most popular anti-fog products for glasses contained chemicals linked to cancer, hormonal imbalances, and infertility.
Garson reprised his role as Stanford Blatch for the "Sex and the City" reboot before passing away in September from pancreatic cancer.
Research in 2021 identified carcinogenic chemicals in everyday products like cosmetics and found daily habits like drinking could raise cancer risk.
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Nick Cannon said that he and Alyssa Scott decided not to treat their son Zen with chemotherapy and focused on keeping him as happy as possible.
Chloe Girardier of the UK says doctors didn't look into her cough because of her age. She now has to undergo chemotherapy right before Christmas.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene mocked for seeming to imply that cancer is a contagious illness, like COVID-19.
After treatment for her cancer left her body weak, the author took on rowing to gain some strength. She's now hooked on the workout.
A TikTok star from England who documented her experience with cancer has reportedly died at the age of 37.
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