According to latest research, the risk of bladder cancer increases manifold in people who smoke. While it was known that smoking does increase the risk of cancer, the new reports say that the actual risk of cancer is several times more than that reported in the previous study. The study that was reported on the Read more
A new study in U.S. including both former and current smokers show that early CT scan screening always cuts near about 20 percent death rate of lung cancer. These findings are too much valuable because, this type of cancer is an aggressive disease, which often is undetected. So, once lung cancer diagnosed the mortality rate Read more
Researchers at the University Of Washington say that people in US, generally more chance for developing deadly forms of skin cancer on the left parts of their bodies, though it entirely depends on their actual style of drive.