A randomized, controlled trial compared the effects of participation in tai ji chuan, strength training, and stretching interventions on falls and fall-related injuries in postmenopausal cancer survivors.
A survey of US urologic oncologists suggests that reproductive organ-sparing and nerve-sparing radical cystectomy may be underused in women with bladder cancer.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, and one where awareness, education, and early detection can have a large impact on a patient’s survival rate. For patients at risk of breast cancer, how can you explain the ways in which breast cancer is screened for and detected, and how important is early detection to reducing mortality?
The risk of developing benign ovarian cysts is up to 90% for premenopausal women and 75% for postmenopausal women.
Management of a malignant bowel obstruction in the setting of gynecologic cancer is complex and associated with multiple physical and psychosocial aspects of care.
3.55 percent of unselected postmenopausal women with breast cancer have pathogenic variants.
Low and moderate perceived social support linked to higher mortality in postmenopausal women with CRC.
Major U.S. cities are expected to have a shortage of oncologists.
Introduction of minimally invasive robotic surgery linked to reduced complications among patients with early-stage endometrial cancer.
What kind of pregnancy testing should be done in women of childbearing potential who are receiving chemotherapy?