Fox Chase Cancer Center
Anne Jadwin, Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer at Fox Chase Cancer Center, discusses what it takes to be successful in the field of health care.
Doctors may “watch ” prostate cancer tumors, but keeping an eye on the tumors involves invasive needle biopsies.
A Philadelphia man is recounting his battle with throat cancer in a surprisingly upbeat way.
The drug — a new form of immunotherapy — is called Keytruda. And it’s being called a gamechanger in the field of cancer treatment.
Pilots and cabin crew have a new worry – skin cancer.
Some studies show that antioxidants can help fight cancer, but new research shows a different outcome.
Researchers know that dogs have proven they can detect cancer by smell. Now, doctors are working on a machine that will do the same thing.
Angelina Jolie put a public face to the fact that a gene mutation can cause breast cancer, but gene mutations can cause other cancers, too.
The Saturday event will give students a chance to learn, hands on, about careers in caring for cancer patients.
Analysis of national data between 1976 and 2009 shows that breast cancer rates are steadily rising in women ages 20 to 39.
Nutter first stressed that the trip cost taxpayers nothing, as the Chamber of Commerce program called “Select Philadelphia” picked up the estimated $9,000 tab for Nutter and four other city employees.
Find out which foods can help you battle cancer when a chef and author comes to Fox Chase Cancer Center on November 15th.
Bloomingdale’s in Willow Grove offered the makeovers by Lancôme’s national make-up artist, Manuel Villegas.
Rutgers-Camden Law Professor Rand Rosenblatt thinks fewer and bigger health systems is the way of our medical future.
A controversy that dragged on in City Hall for more than five years involving the Fox Chase Cancer Center came to a very quiet conclusion this past weekend.