Too few skin cancer screenings for middle aged

A recent study suggests too few people aged 50 and over are getting skin cancer screenings. A new survey suggests people at a higher risk for the development of skin cancer are not being screened at recommended rates. As reported by HealthDay News, the study shows that too few white Americans age 50 and over […]

Study shows disproportion of blacks affected by lung cancer

A recent report suggests African Americans have a higher likelihood of developing lung cancer than white Americans. A recent report by the American Lung Association (ALA) suggests African Americans have a higher likelihood of developing lung cancer than white Americans. As reported by the American Cancer Society, the ALA report explores several factors that may […]