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SBRT Correlated With Higher Cure Rates

Increased doses created severe late toxicity, and more research is needed to make stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) a standard of care.

AIs: Similar CVD Risk to Tamoxifen

Women with breast cancer who were using aromatase inhibitors had no more increased risk for serious cardiovascular events than did women taking tamoxifen.

Use of IL-12 as Anticancer Agent

Recent research has indicated the potential for IL-12 therapy to be effective in combination with new and emerging biologics including other immunomodulatory drugs.

Optimism, Prognostic Awareness Not Mutually Exclusive

A study explored patient and caregiver awareness of disease curability and life expectancy with malignant glioma.

Updated 2016 NCCN Guidelines for MM

Several new regimen options for the treatment of as well as the recently FDA-approved combination drug regimens are among the changes made.

Rising Incidence of AKI Following Nephrectomy

Acute kidney injury incidence after radical nephrectomy and partial nephrectomy is increasing.

Impact of Lifestyle on Colorectal Cancer

The link between lifestyle and colorectal cancer has been increasingly studied, highlighting the potential impact of the standard American diet and inactivity.

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SBRT for Prostate Cancer Correlated With Higher Cure Rates Than Standard of Care in 5-Year Study

SBRT for Prostate Cancer Correlated With Higher Cure Rates Than Standard of Care in 5-Year Study

Increased doses created severe late toxicity, and more research is needed to make stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) a standard of care.

AIs Have Similar CVD Risk to Tamoxifen in Postmenopausal HR-positive Breast Cancer

AIs Have Similar CVD Risk to Tamoxifen in Postmenopausal HR-positive Breast Cancer

Women with breast cancer who were using aromatase inhibitors had no more increased risk for serious cardiovascular events than did women taking tamoxifen.

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Research Is Expanding Into the Use of Interleukin-12 as an Anticancer Agent

Research Is Expanding Into the Use of Interleukin-12 as an Anticancer Agent

Recent research has indicated the potential for IL-12 therapy to be effective in combination with new and emerging biologics including other immunomodulatory drugs.

Study Suggests Rising Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury Following RN and PN

Study Suggests Rising Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury Following RN and PN

Acute kidney injury incidence after radical nephrectomy and partial nephrectomy is increasing.

The Impact of Lifestyle on Colorectal Cancer

The Impact of Lifestyle on Colorectal Cancer

The link between lifestyle and colorectal cancer has been increasingly studied, highlighting the potential impact of the standard American diet and inactivity.

Updated 2016 NCCN Guidelines in Oncology for Multiple Myeloma Highlight Significant Changes in Clinical Practice

Updated 2016 NCCN Guidelines in Oncology for Multiple Myeloma Highlight Significant Changes in Clinical Practice

Several new regimen options for the treatment of as well as the recently FDA-approved combination drug regimens are among the changes made.

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