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Research study aims to identify biomarkers for predicting response to prostate cancer treatment.
Palliative medicine physician David Harris, MD, discusses best practices and recent advances in managing gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with cancer.
Use of low-dose radiation a non-invasive treatment for certain types of osteoarthritis
Research team found ultra-hypofractionated radiotherapy improved on the current standard of care for treating soft tissue sarcoma.
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Breast Surgery Specialist Stephanie Valente, DO, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of Paget’s disease, a rare form of ductal carcinoma in situ that may look like eczema or psoriasis of the nipple and areola.
Cleveland Clinic’s Director of Rare Cancers and Blood Diseases explains how having a formalized system in place for treating rare cancers can shorten the diagnostic odyssey and help improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
Researchers delve into the origins of drug resistance in small cell lung cancer.
New study yields clues to the cause of relapse after bone marrow transplant in patients with certain types of leukemia.
CME program features advances and best practices in treating head and neck cancers.
Combining stereotactic radiosurgery with an epidermal growth factor receptor-tyrosine kinase inhibitor may benefit patients with brain metastases from NSCLC but further study is needed to change standard of care.