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Savor the Strawberry

Will you be among the half a million expected at the annual Florida Strawberry Festival? Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits of strawberries are important for cancer prevention.

Cold Caps Allows Patients to Keep Hair During Chemotherapy

Moffitt Cancer Center offers Dignicaps at two locations for breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.

You Can Test Cancer Risk from Home with Consumer DNA Kit

A new FDA approved at-home genetic testing kit can help you determine if you’re at an increased risk for breast cancer, but is it the best option for you?

Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly Diagnosed with Oral Cancer Again

Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who led the Buffalo Bills to four back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, announced he will once again be involved in a fight off the field - with cancer.

Do Renaissance Paintings Capture Breast Cancer?

A new study in The Lancet Oncology suggests women portrayed in ancient art show signs of the disease.

Colorectal Cancer Is Preventable - If You Get Regular Screenings

March is colorectal cancer awareness month, so what better time to spread the word that colon cancer screening saves lives.

Your Chance to Eliminate Cancer

HPV is so common that nearly everyone - men and women - will get it at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

E-Cigarettes OK to Quit Smoking

Smokers hoping to crush out their last butt might consider weaning themselves off the habit with temporary help from e-cigarettes.

There’s No Sugar Coating It: Sugary Soft Drinks Linked to Cancer

You may want to think twice before pouring yourself another glass of soda. The sweet drink has been linked to cancer.