Social media is full of misguided claims about lab-grown meat. Amid criticism about nutrition and sustainability, one such claim is that it's made from cancer cells. Spoiler alert: It's not. DW takes a closer look.
There has been an almost 80% increase in cases of cancer in the 14-49 age group over the past 30 years, a study has found. Some of the risk factors appear clear, but the surge has not been entirely explained.
More than two million women get breast cancer every year. Early diagnosis and predicting risk with artificial intelligence is helping India and Pakistan.
According to figures published by Public Health France, around 433,000 new cases of cancer are now detected in France each year. That number has doubled since 1990.
We take a look at how the press is covering the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day as well as the first anniversary of a brutal killing in the Amazon, and how, on this anniversary of China's Tiananmen Square uprising, Hong Kong’s tributes were silent. We take a look at two breakthroughs in the treatment of cancer. Finally, two stories about ‘indecency’ – involving the Bible and nude beaches – are making headlines.
Each year, millions of people across the globe receive a cancer diagnosis. For many, this news is scary. Two patients from Germany talk about how psycho-oncology helped them cope.
30 Dec 2022
Brazil legend, Pele passed away at 82 on Thursday following a battle with cancer, leaving millions to mourn the loss of one of football's greatest-ever stars. Pele's death has led to an outpouring of tributes from sports and political icons across the globe.