In sub-Saharan Africa, cooking indoors with air polluting fuels may lead to higher risks of cancer and lung disease, particularly for women and children, according to experts.
Yerby Lecturer Vivian Pinn shares lessons learned in her roles at Howard University and the National Institutes of Health.
Tim Rebbeck, a leading expert in cancer etiology and disparities, travels the world advancing the mission of the Zhu Family Center for Global Cancer Prevention.
Lorelei Mucci, professor of epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, has spent her career seeking to understand why prostate cancer occurs, how it can be prevented, and what patients can do to improve their lives…
Jen Cruz, PhD ’25, finds deep personal meaning in her work conducting community-engaged research on breast cancer inequities in rural settings.
Scientists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are peering deep inside lymph nodes to learn more about how cancer cells spread—and whether we may someday be able to halt metastasis through dietary modifications.
Harvard Chan Studio held a panel discussion on February 5 in which experts debunked cancer misinformation and offered science-based dietary tips.
Harvard Chan School's Petros Koutrakis is leading two studies to investigate the health impacts of New England nuclear power plants on nearby residents.
People seeking evidence-based information about what may cause cancer can find it—in nine languages—on Harvard Chan School’s Cancer FactFinder website.
Hair products sold in Boston neighborhoods with higher percentages of people of color and poorer people tend to be more toxic than those sold in neighborhoods with more white and affluent people, according to recent research led by…