Breast Cancer Recurrence ... Many Years Later
One of the great mysteries in oncology practice is the return of breast cancer many years after its initial diagnosis and treatment. And by many years, I mean 15 or even 20 years later, at a time when a woman least expects it to return.
Young Women, Never-Smokers, and Lung Cancer
How can it be lung cancer? asked my neighbor. I don't smoke. My 36-year-old neighbor added that she's never smoked, and in fact, has never even taken a single puff of a cigarette.
The VIPs in Our Patients' Lives
VIPs include very important pets, as well as very important people.
More Patients Tracking Health Data With Wearable Technology
Potential benefits of wearable technology include reducing obesity, improving sleep quality, prompt detection of health issues, and ongoing monitoring of vital signs or medication adherence.
Preparing for the Unexpected
In cancer centers large and small, it's best to be proactive and have a defined disaster preparedness plan.
More Than Guidelines: Safe Handling in Everyday Practice
Although safe handling guidelines have been published by several organizations, their adoption remains elusive.
Lenvatinib Plus Pembrolizumab Elicits Durable Responses in Patients With Endometrial Cancer
Carolina Frailty Index Score May Be Applicable in Assessment of Patients with Ovarian Cancer
GCLQ and LELSQ Show Concordance in Assessment of Lymphedema in Patients With Endometrial Cancer
Pollack Discusses Ongoing Research for Patients With Refractory mCRC and Other Hard-to-Treat GI Malignancies
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