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Opioids Overprescribed in Patients Undergoing Surgery

Opioids Overprescribed in Patients Undergoing Surgery

A significant variation in opioid prescribing practices was observed for each of 25 common elective procedures.

Obese Men at Higher Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Obese Men at Higher Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Study found taller and heavier males were more likely to develop prostate cancer, and they are also more likely to die of the disease.

Poll: Many Seniors Struggling With Drug Costs Don't Seek Help

Poll: Many Seniors Struggling With Drug Costs Don't Seek Help

Roughly half of older Americans experiencing difficulty paying for needed drugs did not talk to their physicians about the issue, poll shows.

Melanoma Diagnoses Can Vary Widely Among Pathologists

Melanoma Diagnoses Can Vary Widely Among Pathologists

When researchers sent sample slides to pathologists for review, the assessments varied widely and some pathologists even disagreed with their own initial assessment when retested months later.

Sharp Increase in Opioid-Related Hospitalizations for Women

Sharp Increase in Opioid-Related Hospitalizations for Women

U.S. cases of opioid-related hospitalizations rose 75 percent for females versus 55 percent for males over a decade, researchers say

Weight-Loss Program Aids African-American Breast Cancer Survivors

Weight-Loss Program Aids African-American Breast Cancer Survivors

Community-based, interventionist-guided weight loss program was efficacious for early-stage survivors.

ASCO: CAR T-Cell Therapy Promising for Multiple Myeloma

ASCO: CAR T-Cell Therapy Promising for Multiple Myeloma

Findings from trial of chimeric antigen receptor T cells targeting B-cell maturation protein demonstrated promising results.

Young Cancer Survivors More Often Have Cost-Related Nonadherence

Young Cancer Survivors More Often Have Cost-Related Nonadherence

Risk of nonadherence was lower for survivors reporting a usual source of care than those without

Liver Cancer the Fastest-Growing Cause of Cancer Deaths in United States

Liver Cancer the Fastest-Growing Cause of Cancer Deaths in United States

Liver cancer mortality has increased at a faster pace than other cancers in the United States, but substantial disparities exists in mortality rates for race/ethnicity and state of residence.

Nurse-Led Psychological Intervention Beneficial in Breast Cancer

Nurse-Led Psychological Intervention Beneficial in Breast Cancer

Participants with high risk of depression reported lower mood disturbance, anxiety, depression following intervention.

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