I was recently diagnosed with Myasthenia gravis. Am I at a greater risk for developing Thymoma carcinoma?

People who have autoimmune conditions are known to be more likely to develop Thymoma carcinoma.

What do Ulysses S. Grant, Sammy Davis, Jr., and George Harrison have in common?

Heavy smoking, along with excessive alcohol use and a diet low in fruits and vegetables, is a contributing factor of throat cancer.

I eat mostly salty food and barely any fruits or vegetables. Am I putting myself at risk for developing stomach cancer?

If bacon is your favorite food group, you may want to rethink your eating habits since eating a diet high in salty and smoked foods and low in colorful fruits and vegetables are at the top of the list of risk factors for stomach cancer.

I’ve had a stuffy nose for months. Could it be cancer?

While long-lasting nasal congestion isn’t a diagnosis in and of itself, it is a primary symptom of sinus cancer.

There are 70 types of sarcoma. What you need to know about this disease.

Sarcoma comes from the Greek word meaning “fleshy” and is a term used to describe a broad group of cancers. Sarcomas, which are a rare form of cancer, develop in the bones and in the soft or connective tissues in the body.

Can I develop Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma if I do not have HIV/AIDS?

Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma, often called Primary CNS or CNS, is a type of cancer in which the lymph cells of the brain, spinal cord, or eye are affected. It can develop in anyone. The lymphatic system is part of the immune system and lymphocytes travel throughout the central nervous system.

What makes metastatic squamous cell neck cancer different from other head and neck cancers?