Children exposed to their mother’s cancer and cancer treatment did not appear to have cardiac, cognitive, or general developmental issues up to 36 months of age.
Some patients with early-stage HR-positive breast cancer can be treated with hormone therapy alone, avoiding chemo without increasing their recurrence risk.
Significantly more women are now aware of reconstructive surgery options after mastectomies for breast cancer, following coverage of Angelina Jolie’s mastectomies in 2013.
A study showed that tumors of younger patients with early-onset colorectal cancer differ from the tumors of those diagnosed later in life, both genetically and epigenetically.
A genomic analysis of the primary tumors and brain metastases of patients has revealed potentially targetable mutations only present in the brain metastases.
A new meta-analysis suggests that survival outcomes are similar with intermittent and continuous androgen deprivation therapy, and that intermittent therapy may improve some quality-of-life criteria.
Six months of radiation therapy combined with ADT for prostate cancer may not produce a survival benefit in men with moderate to severe comorbidities.
According to the results of a genomic analysis, several genetic characteristics linked with aggressive cancer are more common in the breast tumors of African American women compared to their white counterparts.
An investigational vaccine has shown activity as a therapeutic treatment for high-grade pre-cancerous cervical lesions caused by the human papillomavirus.
A study of women in Spain suggests that a Mediterranean diet accompanied by supplemental extra virgin olive oil is associated with a lower risk of breast cancer.