Endocrine Cancer News
AI has been used in oncology for years, but recent studies suggest AI could have many additional applications in cancer care.
There was a decrease in new cancer diagnoses, relative to expected numbers, between March 2020 and May 2020, according to a report.
A meta-analysis suggests that ranitidine does not pose an increased risk of cancer when compared to other histamine-2 receptor antagonists.
Language barriers may hinder access to cancer care before patients even encounter a physician, a new study suggests.
Some cancer centers have lifted mask mandates that were intended to protect patients from COVID-19, despite patient concerns.
The incidence of early-onset cancers (diagnosed before age 50) has been increasing in recent years, according to a population-based study.
Cancer survivors with functional disabilities have higher health care usage and medical costs than survivors without disabilities, data suggest.
Birth weight may be associated with the risk of certain pediatric cancers, a new study suggests.
Progenics Pharmaceuticals will stop producing Azedra (iobenguane I 131) injection due to a lack of commercial demand.
Deaths in patients with COVID-19 and cancer made up 81% of excess deaths among cancer patients during the first 2 years of the pandemic.
Researchers found a higher risk of VTE in patients with cancer and COVID-19 who were receiving systemic cancer therapies.
The Preserving Patient Access to Home Infusion Act could make home infusions more accessible, particularly for patients with cancer.
Industry-sponsored cancer trials are more likely to have consent documents translated to languages other than English, a study suggests.
Black and Hispanic patients have a higher risk of death from second primary cancers than White and Asian/Pacific Islander patients, new data suggest.
In an analysis of more than 10,000 cancer clinical trials, less than half had results reported within 1 year of trial completion.
New research suggests that, in the United States, cancer was underdiagnosed during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Excessive alcohol consumption may be common among cancer survivors and cancer patients currently receiving treatment, a new study suggests.
Oncology professionals share what #MedTwitter means to them and where they might go if Twitter (now X) becomes obsolete.
Pembrolizumab has demonstrated significant efficacy in patients with advanced neuroendocrine tumors, according to researchers.
LGBTQ+ adolescents and young adults with cancer face unique challenges in the health care setting, a review suggests.
Certain factors may increase the risk of severe COVID-19 in patients with cancer, research suggests.
As many as 55% of patients with cancer may be affected by food insecurity.
Engaging in vigorous physical activity for 3 to 4 minutes per day is associated with a decrease in the risk of cancer among adults who typically don’t exercise, new research suggests.
Housing insecurity can impede patients’ access to cancer screening, treatment, and survivorship care, increasing the risk of poor outcomes.
Researchers have estimated that failed oncology trials cost about $50 billion to $60 billion each year.