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Thyroid Cancer

Jason M. Broderick
With a deadline of April 14, the FDA will soon make its final approval decision on lenvatinib as a treatment for patients with progressive, radioactive iodine (RAI)-refractory differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC).
Anita T. Shaffer
The Food and Drug Administration's calendar for making decisions on new cancer drugs and indications is taking shape for 2015, and the clock is ticking on at least 13 applications for novel agents and new therapeutic settings for existing drugs.
Charlotte Huff
Finding specialized care is worth the effort for patients with uncommon cancers.
Lindsay Ray

The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis & treatment.

Jon Garinn

Researchers urge restraint when it comes to treating thyroid cancer in children.

The National Cancer Institute

Types of thyroid cancer. 

Charlotte Huff

Patients may be asked to take steps to deplete their body's natural store of iodine so the thyroid will more readily absorb the radioactive iodine treatment and maximize treatment effectiveness

Charlotte Huff

Thyroid cancer's high survival rate masks the sometimes tricky tumor. 

Heather L. Van Epps, PhD

KRAS gene mutations are detected in various cancers, including colorectal.  

Staff Reports

Updates from the 2007 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology includes news on liver, kidney, lung, colon, pancreatic and breast cancers.

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