Most Recent Articles by Susan Jenks
While liquid biopsies could prove successful in monitoring treatments, these tests might also find early-stage cancers that, left alone, would never progress.
Whether cryosurgery or cryoablation will prove a viable alternative to lumpectomy — the standard of care for women with early breast cancer — remains uncertain.
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.
For Merkel-cell cancers—the deadliest and rarest type—there are no approved drugs once surgery and radiation fail.
Physicians and cancer organizations suggest more research is needed before the Epi proColon blood test becomes a standard screening approach.
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