A review of the rules of the road for doctors, because everyone remembers their first license.
In this slide show we highlight some of the top news from the past year on genetic testing for cancer, including gene signatures for identifying different sub-types of breast cancer, the influence of genetics on RCC outcomes, and the utility of liquid biopsies.
Last month we asked our readers: If you were to start your career again, would you still choose oncology, would you pick a different specialty, or would you perhaps not choose a career in medicine at all? Here are the results.
In this slide show we highlight some of the top news on lung cancer in 2017, including FDA approvals, a new standard of care for ALK-positive lung cancer, increased risk with vitamin B supplements, and more.
In this slide show we highlight some of the top news on breast cancer in 2017, including long-term benefits of mammography, treatment advances, pregnancy in survivors, and more.
In this slide show we highlight some of the top news on hematologic cancers in 2017, including effective therapies for pediatric hematologic malignancies, a variety of FDA approvals, new discoveries in myeloma, and more.
In this slide show we highlight some of the top news on gynecologic cancers in 2017, including studies on surgery for cervical and ovarian cancer, the FDA approval of niraparib, and more.
This slide show highlights some of this year’s FDA approvals of cancer treatments, including new therapies and indications for breast cancer, lung cancer, and various blood cancers, as well as the first approval based not on disease site but by tumor marker.
This slide show highlights some of the studies and analyses that have explored physical activity/exercise and its effect on cancer risk, as well as studies that examined physical activity and its effect on treatment side effects from chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery.
In our latest ongoing cartoon series set in the world of oncology and cancer care, a radiologist uncovers a known risk factor.