Online misinformation is harming cancer patients. YouTube has been part of the problem, but a new policy might change that.
A new study suggests that electronic health records could be better tailored to meet the specific needs of oncologists.
Dose-intensive chemoimmunotherapy may be more effective than standard chemoimmunotherapy in PMBCL, a meta-analysis suggests.
Breakthroughs in targeted therapy and immunotherapy are partly responsible for the recent decline in US cancer deaths, according to the AACR Cancer Progress Report 2023.
New data suggest that, from 1990 to 2019, the global incidence of early-onset cancer increased by nearly 80%, and the rate of early-onset cancer deaths increased by nearly 30%.
Loncastuximab tesirine produced durable responses in a phase 2 trial of patients with relapsed or refractory DLBCL.
Cancer patients were more likely to die from the BA.1 and BA.2 omicron variants of SARS-CoV-2 than from wild-type SARS-CoV-2, data suggest.
Cancer patients are increasingly messaging their oncology care teams through patient portals, but many health systems have started to bill for this messaging.
About 1 in 5 immunosuppressed individuals have no detectable IgG anti-spike antibodies after 3 or more COVID-19 vaccinations, a new study suggests.
The Biden administration has picked the first 10 high-priced prescription drugs subject to federal price negotiations.
There is some evidence to support the use of cannabis for symptom management in children with cancer, but there is a lack of evidence on the safety and efficacy of cannabinoids in this patient population, according to researchers.
The burden of administrative tasks required to pay for cancer care is associated with nonadherence to care, a new study suggests.
Ocular side effects of immune checkpoint inhibitors are considered rare but may be underreported.
Some cancer centers have lifted mask mandates that were intended to protect patients from COVID-19, despite patient concerns.
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.
Patients who have more mitochondrial DNA fraction breaks have a higher risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma, according to new research.
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.
Children who live near areas where fracking takes place appear to have an increased risk of lymphoma.