While patients with high-risk prostate cancer should receive prompt treatment, data suggest that patients and urologists need not rush others into treatment.
Study identifies factors predictive of prostate cancer-specific and all-cause mortality using a consortium database for post-prostatectomy salvage radiation therapy.
In a Q&A with two end-of-life care specialists, the celebrated surgeon shares thoughts on patient losses that still haunt him and how his thinking has evolved over a long career.
A centralized counseling and shared decision-making visit prior to lung cancer screening can help patients make value-based decisions about their care and ensure a lung cancer screening program is high quality and patient centered.
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The first attempt at developing targeted noninvasive brain stimulation therapy for stroke rehab suggests that patients can be stratified a priori for tailored stimulation to optimize the chance of recovery.
Our findings reveal that bariatric surgery and the resulting massive weight loss have the potential to considerably improve health-related quality of life for patients suffering from OA for up to three years.
From diagnosis to survivorship, this conference offers oncology nursing caregivers a comprehensive overview of key topics of interest in managing the care of adult and pediatric cancer patients.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have outlined how resistance to enzalutamide treatment develops in advanced prostate cancer, and now have evidence about how to reverse it.
The author of a new Lancet paper on progressive MS updates us on progress in the understanding and management of this traditionally largely untreatable stage of the disease.
GARD offers radiation therapists an easy-to-interpret recommendation for radiation dosing, based on an individual patient’s genomic likelihood of response to treatment.