This slide show features some of the top highlights on immunotherapies and other new agents in leukemia and lymphoma from the 2014 ASH Meeting.
With evidence from a number of studies, this presentation delves into the controversy surrounding the treatment, or overtreatment, of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), and discusses whether or not these lesions should indeed be classified as breast cancer.
This slide show reports on a pooled analysis that found up to a fivefold risk of second cancers among smokers, compared with cancer survivors who never smoked.
The images in this slide set are from an exhibition curated by Alan Blum, MD, at the University of Alabama Gorgas Library (November to December 2013) to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health, released on January 11, 1964 by Dr. Luther Terry.
This slide show features some of the top highlights on breast, prostate, and lung cancers to come out of the European Society for Medical Oncology 2014 Congress.
This slide show includes some of the highlights from the 2014 ASCO Breast Cancer Symposium, including an increase in BRCA testing, the Angelina Jolie effect, how to boost screening rates, a link between BRCA mutations and triple-negative disease, and more.
Oncologists were among the first practitioners to embrace mobile technologies. We present the top 10 oncology apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
In this slide show we present sage words for the young oncologist starting today from colleagues who are well-established in their fields. What advice would you give?
End-of-life care is challenging for even the most seasoned oncologist. Here are five suggestions that can help you better navigate this difficult but critical part of your work.
Regardless of where you practice, good communication between you and your pathologist is the best way to ensure that correct testing is done. Here are six common points of miscommunication to watch out for.