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Combination Therapy Is Promising for Kidney Cancer, Expert Says
BY DANIELLE BUCCO
David F. McDermott, M.D., is optimistic about combination regimens shaping the treatment landscape for renal cell carcinoma. 
Using Food to Combat Cancer-Related Fatigue
BY BRIELLE URCIUOLI
Patients in a small study who were placed on a certain diet plan for three months saw a decrease in fatigue from breast cancer treatments.
Opdivo Improves Survival in Patients With Gastric Cancer
BY SILAS INMAN
A recent study found that Opdivo improves survival in patients with gastric or gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) cancer. 
Delaying Adjuvant Chemotherapy Does Not Worsen Outcomes for Patients with Lung Cancer
BY ALLIE CASEY
A recent study found that there is a period of time by which post-operative chemotherapy can be delayed without having negative impacts for patients with lung cancer.
Exercise Reduces Mortality in Metastatic CRC
BY SHANNON CONNELLY
A recent study found that frequent, moderate exercise may reduce mortality and progression in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer.
Expert Discusses Keytruda's Future in Lung Cancer
BY ALLIE STRICKLER
Roy Herbst, M.D., Ph.D., spoke with CURE about the future of Keytruda, and immunotherapy in general, to treat lung cancer.
FDA Grants Imbruvica an Accelerated Approval for Marginal Zone Lymphoma
Imbruvica was granted an accelerated FDA approval to treat some patients with marginal zone lymphoma (MZL). 
Genetics Can Help Determine Brain Tumor Risk
BY SHANNON CONNELLY
Genetics can help determine a patient's risk of developing a brain tumor, as well as what treatments may work.
Fewer Men Are Being Treated for Prostate Cancer After Screening Recommendations Changed
BY ALLIE STRICKLER
A recent study found that there has been a sharp decrease in the percentage of men who are being treated for prostate cancer.