Direct-To-Consumer-Advertising: Education or Confusion?
Drug companies’ advertisements promoting their wares directly to consumers have soared since 1997.
Report Incites Controversy After Breast Cancer Decline Linked to HRT Use
The medical community strikes up a debate after a 2006 study released data linking the decreased use of hormone replacement therapy to the recent decrease in breast cancer cases.
In an age of information abundance, myths about cancer abound.
A Worry-Free Way to Support Nonprofits?
First Approved HPV Vaccine Could Slash Number of Cervical Cancers
This article discusses the FDA approval of Gardasil, the first cervical cancer vaccine.
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