New study reveals that bioimpedance spectroscopy can identify patients at risk of breast cancer-related lymphedema with greater precision than tape measurement alone.
This case suggests that an aggressive, multimodal approach may be appropriate for carefully selected patients who have soft-tissue sarcoma of the chest wall.
New Cleveland Clinic study examines how delays between diagnosis and the completion of all acute breast cancer treatment modalities – surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy — can affect patient survival.
Cleveland Clinic Florida has established a hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) program to expand access to this potentially lifesaving procedure. Discover if HIPEC is right for your patients.