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More than half of veteran military pilots in recent survey reported at least one cancer diagnosis

Last fall, the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association asked its 3,400 members, all current or former military pilots, to... Read More

Air Force will have answer on pilot cancers next year, study goes on despite COVID-19

The Air Force has finalized the terms of a groundbreaking study sought by former fighter pilots to determine whether military... Read More

VA to study whether military toxic exposures are tied to veterans cancers, illnesses

The Department of Veterans Affairs will launch a major study into military exposure to toxic environments to get a better... Read More

Military veteran cancer rates on the rise

A review by McClatchy found the rate of cancer treatments for veterans at VA health care centers from 2000 to... Read More

Exclusive: Veterans want answers as new data shows rise in cancers over two decades of war

Veterans saw a spike in urinary, prostate, liver and blood cancers during nearly two decades of war, and some military... Read More

Four commanding officers of California Navy base die in unusual string of cancers

Four commanding officers at a premiere Navy weapons testing base in California have died of cancer, one of several alarming... Read More

Air Force Examining Possible Increased Prostate Cancer Risk for Pilots

The Air Force has begun to look at whether there’s increased risk for prostate cancer among its fighter pilots. A... Read More