Categorizing non-life-threatening thyroid tumors separately from more aggressive thyroid cancers could change patients’ lives for the better, researchers say.
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New research explores how a patient’s own immune system might help determine effective treatment options for head and neck cancer.
For breast cancer patients, worry about recurrence is understandable. But up to a third of patients at low risk of distant recurrence overestimate their risk — and it’s affecting their quality of life.
In a new study, researchers looked for alterations in the gut microbiome to see whether its metabolites could improve outcomes after bone marrow transplants.
A study finds that cancer patients who have paid sick leave face a smaller financial burden and are more likely to keep their jobs.
Researchers have developed a new technique using ovarian follicles that could help young women with cancer preserve fertility.