Certain forms of exercise can help combat fatigue and other side effects from cancer treatment, leading to improved outcomes for patients.
Patients with breast cancer are living longer after treatment; however, with these therapies comes risk for cardiovascular problems.
Even when accounting for competing risks, data shows that patients with lung cancer who are HIV-infected have a worse prognosis than those who are noninfected.
Survival rates rise as newer agents are used in combination therapies for patients with advanced prostate cancer.
The latest research on chemobrain explores aspects of cancer treatment other than chemotherapy that may affect brain function.
Since their peak in 1991, deaths from cancer have dropped 20%, according to the cancer statistics report published annually by the American Cancer Society.
Conventional postoperative radiotherapy may significantly improve biochemical progression-free survival and local control compared with a wait-and-see policy in men who undergo radical prostatectomy.
Experts discuss the available evidence that patients with HIV have an increased risk of certain cancer types as well as worse survival.