Cancer

Keeping Your Business Going When You Get a Cancer Diagnosis

Launching a business is hard enough. But getting a cancer diagnosis forces you rethink everything.

Lynn Power

What Chadwick Boseman's Death Tells Us About Workplace Healthcare

Too often, the pressures of capitalism make the workplace a toxic environment for those diagnosed with cancer, especially Black people.

When Her Mother Was Diagnosed With Breast Cancer, She Started a Popcorn Company to Raise Money for Research

Lauren Mariel started Live Love Pop in 2013 and now sells snacks in around 10,000 stores.

A Cancer Diagnosis Inspired This Entrepreneur to Start an Indulgent Ice Cream Brand That's Obsessed With Growth

Vice Cream was created as a response to the low-calorie, dairy-free and sugar-free products on the market.

Here's the Real Cost of Ignoring Your Problems

Facing problems in your personal life is much like business.

Jason Saltzman

Step by Step, AI Is Accelerating the Search for a Cancer Cure

AI already is delivering breakthroughs in cancer diagnosis, but even optimists believe a cure is a decade away.

Chad Steelberg

How Scientists Are Hacking Cancer

A cell therapy known as CAR-T is so promising that researchers are now trying to deal with a new problem -- how to keep up with demand.

Evan Dashevsky

The Best Part of Google's Conference Was a Teen Who Taught Himself to Code to Diagnose Cancer

Google was so impressed with his app that the company showcased it during CEO Sundar Pichai's opening keynote at its I/O developer conference.

Julie Bort

Can Coffee Cause Cancer? Only If It's Very Hot, Says WHO.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) had previously rated coffee as 'possibly carcinogenic' but has changed its mind.

Reuters

These Startups Are Disrupting the Healthcare Industry With Targeted Cancer Treatments

Innovations in big data, machine learning and in-device sensors are changing the nature of technology startups.

Adam Toren

Baidu CEO Tells Staff to Put Values Before Profit After Cancer Death Scandal

Li's letter said employees were making compromises for the sake of commercial interests and placing earnings growth above user experience.

Reuters