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Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz answer readers' questions weekly.
There are 100 trillion microbes living it up in your digestive system.
UA players have lifted the spirits of Kelsey Lauria, a 17-year-old battling leukemia.
Robert Soza-Villanueva said he's feeling better since learning he had kidney cancer.
Many factors affect how our body digests and reacts to foods.
UA professor's study touts cancer-fighting benefits of a vegetable-rich diet.
A unique exhibit using mannequin hands goes on display this week at the University of Arizona Medical Center's South Campus.
There is a genetic malfunction that causes cancer in the Ruelas family.
Cutting-edge drugs are unleashing the human immune system against cancers.
Bag It provides information information to newly diagnosed patients.
Nineteen states, including Arizona, have enacted mandatory breast density reporting laws.
Dr. Joyce Schroeder has made some important discoveries.
Dr. Mehmet Oz answers readers' questions in this weekly Q-and-A.
Here are some tips to improve your dental care.
The Prostate On-Site Project will conduct screenings Sept. 24.
The uninsured and the poor are targeted.
CHICAGO (AP) — Two years ago, Arrica Wallace was riddled with tumors from widely spread cervical cancer that the strongest chemotherapy and radiation could not beat back. Today, the Kansas mother shows no signs of the disease, and it was her own immune system that made it go away.
Livestrong in Tucson invites members of the public to make a dance video to raise cancer awareness.
Men are getting unnecessary treatment for prostate cancer because of greed in the urology community and the drug industry, University of Arizona immunobiologist Richard J. Ablin says in a new book “The Great Prostate Hoax.”