Almost half of oncologists suffer from emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, or a low sense of accomplishment.
A new study reveals that both real and "sham" acupuncture may help combat the side effects of aromatase inhibitors in women with breast cancer.
Cancer drug shortages can result in ethical situations that oncologists are not trained to handle.
Recent studies have revealed disappointing results for gemcitabine—but more support for taxane-first sequencing.
A meta-analysis found that drinking tea, especially green tea, may help prevent oral cancer.
The creation of this "big data system" continues, and promises to improve data quality and subsequently, patient outcomes.
For the first time, researchers find a link between excess body weight and death from oral cancer.
New research finds that kids can handle cancer pretty well, and many even find benefit in the experience.
Patients with glioblastoma have very few treatment options to prolong survival; however, a new vaccine may change that.
A novel intraoperative radiotherapy system is being tested in Spain to see whether cancer outcomes can be improved.
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