5-HT3 receptor blockers may aid in treating the symptoms of carcinoid syndrome.
TACE is an alternative to surgery in the treatment of HCC, but clinicians should be aware of the potential side effects.
Tumor emboli can occur in patients with cancer and carry with them a risk for serious complications.
Although further safety data is needed, endoscopic ultrasound may prove to be an effective way of administering localized chemotherapy.
Although rare, Castleman disease can occur in patients with Kaposi sarcoma and other cancers.
Oncologists should be aware of possible complications associated with administering anticoagulants to patients with cancer.
Cancer presenting in the retroperitoneal space is uncommon and can be a challenge to diagnose.