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October 03, 2008
Using robotic arms, video cameras, and tiny incisions, cancer surgeons are changing what it means to go under the knife.
Cancer research pushes forward as scientists find creative ways to attack cancer.
Technology propels radiation therapy to a new status: targeted therapy.
Newer and better supportive care days to control side effects are making treatments easier for patients.
Stem cell transplantation is safer and more accessible than ever before.
Confronting tumor evolution with treatment revolution.
Donald L. Morton, cancer researcher, revolutionized breast cancer surgery with the sentinal lymph node biopsy.
Oncology surgeons are being trained in a new field that combines the surgical removal of breast cancer with breast reconstruction.
Following the approval of breast cancer drug Tykerb and a pediatric leukemia drug, researcher Neil Spector, MD, works on ways to better develop and test cancer drugs
Radiation oncologist Hak Choy, MD, became a leader in the cancer field when he began looking for ways to combine radiation, chemotherapy, and targeted agents against cancer.
A shorter schedule of radiation therapy may be more convenient and cost effective for women with early-stage breast cancer.
Innovator Russell Portenoy, MD, helped bring awareness to the importance of palliative care in cancer patients.
Improvements in reducing cancer-related bone pain include new drugs, innovative ways to deliver radiation, and surgery to repair bone.
CURE looks back at the progress in cancer research over the past two centuries and highlights scientists whose work helped get us to this point in cancer treatment.
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Doctor’s Experience as a Cancer Caregiver Is Helping Educate Others