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International Survey to Assess How Lung Cancer Treatment Affects Women’s Sexual Health
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Scott Hamilton Shares His Story
August 14th 2020, 6:16pm
Every cancer journey is unique, and everyone's personal story is different. But COVID-19 has given many people the chance to see the world from the shoes of a cancer survivor.
August 14th 2020, 2:00pm
By Conor Killmurray
From the recent Beirut explosion compromising pediatric oncology hospitals, to researchers looking at how intestinal bacteria can supercharge targeted immunotherapies, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.
August 14th 2020, 4:00am
By Ajay Gopal, MD, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Dr. Ricahrd J Gralla discusses the history of the early medical oncology space and how things have changed when it comes to treating side effects related to chemotherapy.
By Jessica Skarzynski
In patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, low muscle mass (LMM) and low muscle density (LMD) could play a role when deciding what kind of treatment option to pursue, and could also impact a patient’s odds of survival, according to a recent study.
Prostate cancer treatments can cause side effects in a part of the body that might be unexpected— the heart. Here's how one expert believes patients can mitigate them.
The cancer journey can show you what it really means to fight for your life.
For newly diagnosed patients with ovarian cancer, a recent study shows how too much chemotherapy can lead to less favorable results.
“Unlike other CAR T-cell therapies, clinical success was not associated with significant complications from therapy,” said Dr. Jonathan Serody. “This means this treatment should be available to patients in a clinic setting and would not require patients to be hospitalized, which is critical in our current environment.”
August 13th 2020, 4:00am
After a cancer diagnosis, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan had to lean on family from both his personal and professional life to helping take on treatment and beat cancer twice.