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The Weekly: How an immunotherapy trial is offering hope for the future

Feature Story Immunotherapy trial for rectal cancer offers hope for future WEDNESDAY, August 10 (CBS News) — A small immunotherapy trial for a certain type…

The Weekly: Why believing cancer risk is beyond our control may discourage healthy behaviors

Feature Story When Cancer Risk Feels Out of Our Control TUESDAY, August 2 (Psychology Today) — The Office for National Statistics’ recent report on mortality…

The Weekly: Why your sunscreen isn’t working, the one liver cancer symptom people ignore and more

Feature Story Why your sunscreen isn’t working SATURDAY, July 23 (The Washington Post) — Julian Sass is a sunscreen educator to his nearly 20,000 followers…

The Weekly: Next NCI chief announced, how gut bacteria could boost cancer treatments and more

Feature Story Biden picks renowned cancer surgeon Monica Bertagnolli as NCI chief THURSDAY, July 21 (STAT News) — The Biden administration has selected Monica Bertagnolli,…

The Weekly: Cancer in uninsured often diagnosed at advanced stage, Biden’s Cancer Panel appointees and more

Feature Story Cancer in Uninsured Often Diagnosed at More Advanced, Lethal Stage THURSDAY, July 14 (U.S. News & World Report) — Not having health insurance…

The Weekly: Sunscreen, sun safety and more

Feature Story You’re Not Allowed to Have the Best Sunscreens in the World FRIDAY, July 1 (The Atlantic) — At 36, I am just old…

The Weekly: FDA orders Juul e-cigarettes off the market, more boys getting vaccinated against HPV and more

Feature Story FDA orders Juul e-cigarettes off the market over safety concerns THURSDAY, June 23 (The Washington Post) — Juul, the once-booming Silicon Valley start-up…

The Weekly: 1.9 million new cancer cases expected in 2022, getting closer to a vaccine for cancer and more

Feature Story Cancer deaths are down, but 1.9 million new cases expected in 2022 TUESDAY, June 14 (The Washington Post) — About 1.9 million new…

The Weekly: The Weekly: A cancer trial’s unexpected result, higher death rates from cancer in racial minorities and more

Feature Story A Cancer Trial’s Unexpected Result: Remission in Every Patient SUNDAY, June 5 (The New York Times) — It was a small trial, just…

The Weekly: Esophageal cancer on the rise among middle-aged, risk of skin cancer could depend on genetics and more

Feature Story Esophageal cancer may be rising among the middle-aged TUESDAY, May 31 (The Washington Post) — About 20,640 U.S. adults will be diagnosed with…