Electronic medical records for more than 3500 survivors of pediatric malignancies were reviewed to determine number for whom cardiomyopathy screenings were recommended and rate of compliance with that recommendation.
Population-based study evaluated survival outcomes for patients with cancer diagnosed over a 41-year period.
Two VA medical centers were each awarded one-time $50,000 grant funding to help them enroll veterans with cancer into clinical trials.
The risk for venous thromboembolism is steadily increasing among patients with cancer compared with the general population.
Three years after expansion, a decrease in late-stage cancers was also detectable.