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John Gregory
Senior Writer
John joined TriMed in 2016, focusing on healthcare policy and regulation. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago, he worked at FM News Chicago and Rivet News Radio, and worked on the state government and politics beat for the Illinois Radio Network. Outside of work, you may find him adding to his never-ending graphic novel collection.

Electronic cigarettes contain two previously undiscovered probable carcinogens in their vapor, according to a study in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.

Oncologists are putting pressure on pediatricians to more strongly recommend the HPV vaccine, saying their endorsement will help prevent cancer decades down the line.

The Joint Commission is backing away from portions of revised requirements for who is and isn’t qualified to perform diagnostic CT procedures.

Only 5 percent of terminally ill cancer patients reported having a complete understanding of their prognosis in a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

President Obama’s initiative on finding a cure for cancer is coming at the right time, according to a letter written by the directors of the National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute to be published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Three studies suggest previously accepted research on BRCA's limited connection to prostate cancers was incorrect.

The process driving metastasis of prostate cancer cells can be linked to a previously unkown function of one gene.