“There are not, nor should there be, one set of simple and universal rules when it comes to evaluating cancer risks, screening, and diagnosis.”
Major ruling from Supreme Court has implications for patient-centered care and likely to speed the development of success in molecular medicine.
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Choosing new treatments based not just on where the cancer started, but also base on what’s broken genetically.
Last week, the headlines reported on a major advance that, as an oncologist, got me truly excited.
You’ve probably heard that this year’s flu is particularly nasty, but should people with cancer get the vaccine?
The Cancer Genome Atlas Project is underway and the goal is to fundamentally understand all of the parts that might “break” so that accurate diagnoses can be made and specific treatments can be designed.
The US Preventive Services Task Force issued a draft recommendation against the use of PSA-based screening for prostate cancer.
This new information is important to understand as prostate cancer affects one in six men in the US.
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