Cancer Meeting Yields Encouraging News

From the surprising breakthrough that a hormonal drug used to treat breast cancer may prevent prostate growths from turning into cancer, to the news that cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins may reduce the risk of many types of cancers, the 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in Orlando, Fla., this week yielded a wealth of new information and encouraging progress in the fight against cancer.

Click on the headlines below for comprehensive coverage of the conference, with Web MD.

Exercise May Cut Risk of Colon Cancer's Return

Revlimid Fights Deadly Blood Cancer

Regular Alcohol Intake Ups Breast Cancer Risk

Statin Drugs May Reduce Breast, Lung, Prostate Cancer

Statins May Cut Cancer of Pancreas, Esophagus

Evista May Help Prevent Endometrial Cancer

Aspirin Prevents Colon Cancer Return

Low-Fat Diet May Cut Return of Breast Cancer

Hormonal Contraceptive Fights Hot Flashes

Breast Cancer Drug Could Halt Prostate Cancer

Child Cancer Survivors Face Chronic Health Problems

Drug Has Amazing Results on Blood Cancer