Most of the latest cancer drugs include the use of checkpoint inhibitors. This has turned into a multi-billion dollar insyrtry and the results so far are impressive

Every journey with cancer is different and no two are alike. What works for one may not work for another. The debate on which treatment is most effective is pointless since all are different. Great look at the never ending debate.

A University of Utah team has created a system to zap and kill breast cancer tumors. This MUSE system uses a magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound system

Two early clinical trials developing personalized vaccines have been proven successful in arming the body's own immune system to target and destroy cancer cells.

Stopping the spread of cancer is one of the most important milestones desired. 90% of cancer deaths are caused because the cancer spreads to other parts of the body. Researchers at Johns Hopkins think they have a solution

Jon & Karen Huntsman, one of Utah's most recognized families. Last week opened the $173 Million Children and Family Cancer Research Center. This is one of the most advanced and cutting-edge facilities in the country. Thank-you to the entire Huntsman Family for your tireless efforts to rid the world...

We are now starting to get news from ASCO conference in Chicago. New and improved drug are showing incredible promise for Lung, Prostate and breast cancer. We applaud these great pharmaceuticals working so hard to find a cure and in the meantime improve life

MERCK KEYTRUDA, THIS IS BIG NEWS! FDA anonounces for the first time an approval of a CANCER drug that targets genetic biomarkers anywhere in the body, verses a specific body part or area of the body.

It is amazing what intermittent and prolonged fasting accomplishes in the brain and body. From the ability of nerve cells to repair DNA to promoting stem cell-based regeneration. Interesting article from a professor of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University.

People are literally dying to live in 11-states identified as the worst states in America to survive a cancer diagnosis. This article shines a light on some possible answers.