Oncology and Hematology News and Journal Articles
Value in its essence is preference or outcome divided by cost, or described in terms of a mathematical equation, value = outcome (preference)/cost. It follows, then, that value is increased by holding outcome constant and reducing cost, or by improving outcome while holding cost constant.
Women who undergo bilateral mastectomy for the treatment of DCIS may be overtreated, according to the results of a new study.
In this interview we discuss new clinical guidelines from ASTRO on the use of radiotherapy in treating oropharyngeal cancer.
The higher prostate cancer death rates seen among black men in the United States may be due to a higher incidence of preclinical disease and higher risk of metastatic progression, suggesting that different screening policies could benefit this population.
A subset of patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma experienced a reduction in tumor size after undergoing postprogression treatment with nivolumab.
The FDA has sent warning letters to 14 companies marketing dozens of unapproved “miracle cure” products online with fraudulent claims that they prevent or cure cancer.
A delay of 10 months or longer between a positive fecal immunochemical test and a follow-up colonoscopy was associated with a higher risk of colorectal cancer.
This video examines current research on the use of vaccines in low-grade glioma for the prevention of high-grade disease.
This video examines a study that used liquid biopsies to monitor disease progression in patients with bladder cancer.
This video reviews the latest trials and research on immunotherapeutic agents being tested in breast cancer.
This video highlights a novel scoring system using microRNA signatures that predicted poor overall survival and bone metastasis in patients with luminal A breast cancer.
The journal ONCOLOGY includes a cartoon at the end of each issue. Here are the collected cartoons to date.