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A recent study found that radiologists differ in their interpretation of whether a woman has dense breasts based on mammography.

A new study found that monitoring of minimal residual disease in a group of elderly patients with multiple myeloma proved to have important prognostic value, regardless of patient age or cytogenetic risk.

A new study has found a series of potential microRNA biomarkers that could predict tyrosine kinase inhibitor response in RCC patients.

ALK-targeting agents such as crizotinib may work most effectively in lung cancer patients with ALK variant 1.

Results from a long-term study indicated that undergoing fertility treatment with in vitro fertilization did not increase women’s risk for breast cancer compared with women in the general population.

The advantage of treating low- or intermediate-risk APL with ATRA plus arsenic trioxide appears to increase over time, according to results of the APL0406 trial.

A meta-analysis found that a Mediterranean diet with no limits on fat intake may reduce the incidence of breast cancer, as well as several other outcomes, compared to other diets.

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