Cleveland Clinic researchers find that some basic changes in emergency departments’ response to cancer patients who present with fever can shorten waits for antibiotic treatment and lessen hospital stays.
New analysis of the phase III CATCH trial of blood-thinning treatments identifies two clinical indicators for recurrent venous thromboembolism: tumor venous compression and hepatobiliary cancer.
2014 ASCO Conference highlight video series: Cleveland Clinic Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program.
2014 ASCO Conference highlight video series: Cleveland Clinic’s Genitourinary Oncology Program.
Novel approach to breast cancer treatment may help prevent premature ovarian failure and boost both fertility and survival.
As improved interventions in oncology have led to better outcomes, cancer survivorship has become an increasingly relevant area of clinical research and treatment. The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) recently released a new set of clinical practice guidelines focused on survivorship.