Fox Chase Cancer Center
Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths in this country and now researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center have discovered a link between the female hormone estrogen and the disease.
A 52-year-old Wilmington native turned his cancer diagnoses and treatment into an award winning film.
When the American Cancer Society’s annual report comes out, this afternoon, there will be good news for cancer patients: survival rates are improving.
Temple University Health System will take over Fox Chase Cancer Center, under an agreement announced Thursday.
In an effort to raise awareness about breast health, a local organization is hosting its second annual “Breast Fest.”
To mark National Cancer Survivors Day, the Fox Chase Cancer Center held a day of celebration and an awards ceremony Sunday to honor those who have beaten the Big C.
It’s now the law in Philadelphia – a set of guidelines on transferring any city park land into private hands.
A prominent Philadelphia scientist, who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the Hepatitis B virus, has died. Dr. Barry Blumberg suffered a heart attack after giving a speech at a NASA conference in California.
Moving a family from the US to China would be tough. So would getting breast cancer, but an author appearing this week at Fox Chase Cancer Center had to deal with both at once.
The Fox Chase Cancer Center is hosting a session tomorrow especially for women, and it will contain inspiring stories from some who beat the disease.
Fox Chase Cancer Center today marked a medical milestone: the announcement, fifty years ago, of the first genetic link to cancer.
Duke University researchers have had some success with a cancer vaccine made from a re-engineered version of the virus that causes equine encephalitis.