As part of our coverage of ONS we discuss the role of oncology nurses in pain management, how pain management has become more complex in recent years, and review some of the most important things to remember when involved in a complex pain management case.
In this interview we discuss results of the PlanB trial, which showed that use of the 21-gene recurrence score, Oncotype DX, can identify patients with early breast cancer who likely do not need chemotherapy.
In this interview we discuss the effect of breast cancer treatments on fertility and the role oncologists can play in facilitating fertility care for their patients.
In this interview we discuss predictive biomarkers and response to immune checkpoint inhibitors for urothelial tumors, which include tumors of the bladder, ureters, and the renal pelvis.
Ahead of SABCS we discuss the biology and treatment of ductal carcinoma in situ, as well as research into prognostic indicators that could help guide treatment decisions.
In this interview we discuss the new American Cancer Society breast cancer screening guidelines and find out how they stack up with other recommendations for mammography screening.
In this interview we discuss the role of the tumor microenvironment in Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma and research that seeks to disrupt and target this environment as a means of treatment.
In this interview we discuss the use of video to facilitate shared decision-making in the palliative care setting and improve patient understanding regarding goals of care.
October is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Find out in this podcast with Harvard professor Richard Penson, MD, what traits in your female patients should prompt testing.
Liza Leal, MD knows something about pain, both professionally and personally as a patient. She lives with rheumatoid arthritis.