People undergoing genetic testing will have more certainty about whether the variants in their genes risk causing cancer or are completely harmless, after a new international study.
"If you're receiving public treatment for your cancer, it is fully covered," Prime Minister Scott Morrison said during a recent leaders' debate. Is he correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
A Californian jury orders chemical giant Monsanto to pay $2 billion to a couple who say they contracted cancer after using the commonly used weedkiller, Roundup.
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A Hobart council study finds its yearly weed-killing bill would rise from $114,000 for the "probably carcinogenic" Roundup, to $1.7 million for a steam process.
Targeting health is seen as a vote winner in elections and there's been no shortage of announcements this election campaign. So far, most of the promises are designed to make it cheaper for you to see a doctor or specialist.
Labor is defending its multi-billion-dollar pledge to provide free consultations to cancer patients after criticisms about how much it will help with patients' costs, with the Coalition slamming it as an "irresponsible hoax".
A Federal Court ruling in the United States in favour of a man suffering from cancer has turned the spotlight again to one of the most commonly used global chemicals.
Before his death, Mike Willesee offered viewers a glimpse behind the public mask of his illustrious career — providing an unflinching assessment of his own achievements, failures and challenges, writes Quentin McDermott.