Armstrong, Deborah K., M.D.
Early studies haven't offered the final word.
The guidelines for screening for cervical cancer changed recently.
Ask your doctor to see if you are eligible for any of the current trials for PARP inhibitors.
In 80 percent of cases, palpable lumps are benign. But they should always be evaluated.
Farrah Fawcett's death earlier this year made reader wonder: What's my risk?
Regular screening mammograms are important; self exams can't hurt.
Why long-term use of birth-control pills might be linked to cervical cancer.
Here's how to put your risks in perspective.