The American Cancer Society is hosting live workshops about how patients' quality of life is improved when the palliative care conversation starts early.
Advances in targeted therapy for pediatric patients were presented at the AACR Special Conference on Pediatric Cancer.
New research into molecular subtyping for breast cancer reveals that traditional tests may yield false-positive results.
Advances are outpacing arrival speed for this potentially lifesaving technology.
The protective effects of oral contraceptives are proving to be valuable in preventing ovarian cancer.
Shared decision making can empower a patient and help them choose the cancer treatment that is right for their particular situation.
Medical apps can be a great resource for doctors and patients, but regulation is needed to ensure they aren't harmful to patient outcomes.
Oncologists are adding new agents to their arsenal against MCL.
Disparities in cancer outcomes exist for minority children—but what is the real cause?
New research confirms smoking significantly increases risk for developing bladder cancer and also reveals a gene that may protect against the disease.
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