The research also found patients on Tamoxifen had a lower risk of recurrence if they drank at least two cups of coffee a day.
The results of the study were reportedly presented at an American Association for Cancer Research meeting in Philadelphia.
If the condition goes untreated, it can lead to esophageal cancer, a disease, doctors say, that has a low survival rate.
Rich covered the revelation that the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps was brought down deliberately, the NCAA’s objection to a new law in Indiana, and a man who $7 million on a lottery ticket. He also talked with aviation lawyer Arthur Wolk and Dr. Katie Schultheis.
Ashley Reichard, 26,was charged Wednesday for her abusing her 11 month-old daughter and lying to investigators about having ovarian cancer, according to court documents obtained by Eyewitness News.
Wednesday night’s preview for the cancer community is sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
America’s Health Rankings look at how states compare against each other year to year, with targets like smoking, obesity and preventable hospitalizations examined.
More than 700 Penn State students hope to dance two nights away, without ever sitting down.
Everyone who’s ever seen one of the CDC’s horrifying anti-smoking commercials knows cigarettes are bad for you, but there are a few more diseases to add to the list of maladies smoking can cause.
A Philadelphia woman’s letter to the President landed her an invitation to the White House last Tuesday and she told him that the Affordable Care Act had changed her life.
A tight-knit community is coming together to help a Delaware County man fighting cancer. His neighbors say they’re giving back to a man who has given them and their children so much.
Wildlife biologists tracking a tumor-causing virus first diagnosed in eastern wild turkeys five years ago have found the virus is far more widespread — but less deadly — than expected.
Classmates honored Michael Shelly on Friday as he continues his battle with cancer.
Stuart Scott, the longtime “SportsCenter” anchor and ESPN personality known for his enthusiasm and ubiquity, died Sunday. He was 49.
The Chiefs announced that Eric Berry has been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease.