Can Sugary Drinks Increase the Risk of Cancer?

The BMJ (formerly known as the British Medical Journal) issued a new study in which the risk of cancer is associated with the consumption of sugary drinks. While it is not the... Read more »

23andMe Gets FDA Clearance for Test that Detects Cancer Risk, But Is It Accurate?

Early diagnosis for cancer has been researched for decades, as the disease is complex and symptoms only show up when it is already developed. However, the 23andMe DNA service plans to change... Read more »

Advancements in Cancer Research to Be Shared at the Canadian Cancer Research Conference 2017

The Canadian Cancer Research Conference (CCRC) attracts researchers from all across Canada. The CCRC 2017 scheduled between November 5-7 will see a plethora of discoveries from researchers. CCRC is the only national... Read more »

Arnold Chan, Liberal MP dies from cancer

Arnold Chan, 50, died this morning after battling a rare cancer for the last two years in the head and neck area called nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Chan was first diagnosed in 2014 with... Read more »

Mayor of Pointe-aux-Outardes dies suddenly following short cancer battle

The mayor of Pointe-aux-Outardes died of cancer on July 1. According to district councilor number 2, Serge Deschênes, the mayor had gone to see a doctor fairly recently due to health problems.... Read more »

Canadian Researchers Develop Cancer Detection Probe

An optical probe that can be used to detect cancer cells in a 100% accurate way has been developed by Quebec researchers. In 2015, a Montreal team (Polytechnique Montréal, CRCHUM and Neuro... Read more »