Early studies show that continual low-dose chemotherapy lessens toxicity.
SCOTUS decision in Hobby Lobby case reaches beyond contraception.
Employers that integrate health and wellness strategies help employees with cancer return sooner.
Patients with HPV-positive OPSCC report different symptoms than those with HPV-negative OPSCC, which may have an effect on how early the disease is diagnosed.
A study from the NIH/AARP show that mortality from colorectal cancers is affected by lifestyle factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, and obesity.
Discussions with patients about fertility preservation prior to their cancer treatments are critical.
Calcium, in particular, appears to have a protective benefit against lung cancer for some subgroups.
Expansion of legalization may lead to greater acceptance of this alternative medicine.