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A new, hyper-targeted radiation technology could bring your total number of treatments from 45 to just five.
A rare couple in the lab world has developed a new way for surgeons to look at the tumors they need to remove.
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Most people with depression never get treated. But what if everyone got screened at their regular checkups?
The Science Behind Preventing Teen Suicide
Teens who have attempted suicide are at high risk for a second attempt. But there are ways to help.
New genetic editing technology has opened the door to erasing the mutations in our DNA.
Taking on America's Biggest Killer
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What We Know About Your Prostate
Generations of men underwent aggressive screening for prostate cancer. Now doctors are reevaluating just how worried men should be about their prostate.
The Team That's Doubling Cancer Survival Rates
When patients are diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer, they have only a 1-in-10 chance of survival. Here, the odds are substantially higher.