European researchers are reporting that it is possible to perform mammography using pressure evenly exerted throughout breast and, therefore, less painful.
There is new information from Johns Hopkins about a test that can detect ovarian cancer with the pap smear.
Dr. Thomas Matulewski of Crozer Keystone Health System stopped by with information on early detection in breast cancer.
A study of mutated genes associated with breast cancer shows that there is a wide variety of genes leading to problems.
There are nearly 900,000 cases of prostate cancer diagnosed each year and over 250,000 deaths worldwide. Men of African ancestry are at particularly high risk.