Markers successfully detected prostate cancer in patient urine samples and up-regulated versus normal urine.
Findings in comparative economic analysis of patients with node-negative breast cancer.
Administering copper and a drug that kills copper-containing cells in prostate cancer.
Dacomitinib was not effective at improving overall survival in advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
For some men, prostate cancer recurrence may be overdetected, especially in those aged over 70.
Vigorous exercise may lower cardiovascular risk in adult survivors of childhood Hodgkin's lymphoma.
'Extra Help' program leads to more women on hormone therapy for breast cancer treatment.
Lack of access to quality care a major factor in these cancer deaths.
Despite an increase in the use of hospice, the use of costly services for patients with ovarian cancer also increased.
Half-day educational program can successfully help women deal with issues caused by an oophorectomy.
Major short-term risk is cytokine release syndrome for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).
Researchers say testing patients for adverse reaction from some metal implants may be needed.
Heavier people might be more prone to liver cancer, insulin problems.
A novel drug called AZD8055 plus temozolomide extended the life of animals with human brain tumors by 30%.
Results of ADXS-HPV with standard chemo and radiotherapy for HPV-associated anal cancer who have a high risk of recurrence.
Health sector prices explain much of difference between U.S. and other high-spending countries.
Millions signing up for Medicaid to comply with federal health care law.
Almost 80% of doctors in the United States have switched from paper to electronic health records.
Most physicians believe that doctors order too many medical tests, yet half admit to doing so themselves in response to a patient who insists, a new survey shows.
Several modifiable risk factors can cut chronic disease deaths over the next 15 years.
Caucasian women overestimate their risk of breast cancer while African American and Hispanic women underestimate their risk, according to research presented at BCS 2013.
A survey presented at BCS 2013 has found a number of factors that cause rural US women to avoid breast cancer screening.
The benefit of perioperative MRI for women with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is "uncertain," found a study presented during BCS 2013.
ChemotherapyAdvisor.com Editorial Board member Dr. Edith Perez of the Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, recommends high impact abstracts at the Breast Cancer Symposium 2013.
Women who underwent radiation for ductal carcinoma in situ do not face an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, found a study presented at BCS 2013.
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