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A New Collaboration to Cure Melanoma

In the not-too-distant future, several new combination therapies are expected, and they should represent an improvement not only in effectiveness, but in safety as well.

PSA Testing: Make it More Targeted?

Widespread contamination of the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovary (PLCO) Cancer Screening Trial has reignited the debate around prostate-specific antigen testing.

Age, AML: Review of Current Literature

Dr Isabel Cunningham reviews and highlights important, recently-published articles with recommendations for treating elderly patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

Psychological Stress, Breast Cancer

Results of a prospective study consisting of more than 105,000 women have shown "it is unlikely that stress is implicated in causation of breast cancer."

Multiple Myeloma: The Right Treatment Combinations

A pooled analysis of 3 combination drug regimens used to treat refractory/relapsed multiple myeloma reaffirms their safety, but does little to distinguish which approach works best.

Multiple Myeloma: Risk, Benefit Profile Assessment

Identifying and preventing drug-related toxicities with new combination therapies are paramount for both outcomes and quality of life issues.

New Video Series: High-Risk Hodgkin Lymphoma

Patrick J. Stiff, MD of the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center in Maywood, Illinois

Patient Preferences: More Complex Than Survival

Quantifications of quality of life or patient-reported outcomes will offer more information for treatment-planning discussions.

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A Call for a New Collaboration to Cure Melanoma

A Call for a New Collaboration to Cure Melanoma

In the not-too-distant future, several new combination therapies are expected, and they should represent an improvement not only in effectiveness, but in safety as well.

Psychological Stress Unlikely to Cause Breast Cancer

Psychological Stress Unlikely to Cause Breast Cancer

Results of a prospective study consisting of more than 105,000 women have shown "it is unlikely that stress is implicated in causation of breast cancer."

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Should We Abandon PSA Testing Or Make it More Targeted?

Should We Abandon PSA Testing Or Make it More Targeted?

Widespread contamination of the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovary (PLCO) Cancer Screening Trial has reignited the debate around prostate-specific antigen testing.

Age and Acute Myeloid Leukemia: A Review of Current Literature

Age and Acute Myeloid Leukemia: A Review of Current Literature

Dr Isabel Cunningham reviews and highlights important, recently published articles with recommendations for treating elderly patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

Encrypting Protected Health Information for HIPAA Compliance

Encrypting Protected Health Information for HIPAA Compliance

Addressable doesn't mean optional: Having an implementation plan can be helpful in case of an audit.

Patient Preferences: More Complex Than Maximizing Survival Time

Patient Preferences: More Complex Than Maximizing Survival Time

Quantifications of quality of life or patient-reported outcomes will offer more information for treatment-planning discussions.

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