A warehouse of patient-donated biological data expedites trial accrual, reduces trial sizes, saves money, and may speed drugs through the drug development pipeline.
A new study shows a significant correlation between poorer performance on neuropsychological tests and memory complaints in posttreatment, early-stage breast cancer patients—particularly those who have undergone combined chemotherapy and radiation.
The biggest challenges in incorporating biomarker testing into lung cancer care occur when a tissue sample is of insufficient size or quality.
Pioneering biophotonics technology is the first screening method to detect the early presence of ovarian cancer in humans
Obese men were more likely to have precancerous lesions detected in their benign prostate biopsies compared with nonobese men, and they were at a greater risk for subsequently developing prostate cancer, according to a new study.
The American College of Chest Physicians now recommends offering low-dose computed tomography scanning to persons at high risk for lung cancer.
White people who have types of skin cancer other than melanoma may be at increased risk of having other forms of cancer in the future, according to a new study.
Unavoidable damage caused to the heart and lungs by radiotherapy treatment of tumors in the chest region can be limited by the administration of an ACE inhibitor, according to new research.
Aerobic exercise may reduce breast cancer risk by changing estrogen metabolism to produce more of the metabolites that keep the disease at bay.
A new retrospective study suggests that anti-HER2 treatments have anti-cancer effects in a small subset of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer who harbor specific mutations in the HER2 protein.
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