A genetic mutation makes a glioma subtype resistant to radiation, but a new study finds a potential way around it using currently available drugs.
Cancer: Cancer Types
Up to one-third of primary care providers discussed breast cancer treatment options with patients but many report gaps in their knowledge.
Researchers find infiltrating lymphocytes tie to survival in patients with recurrent larynx cancer; findings suggest super-boosting the immune system before additional treatment.
Newer genetic tests introduce more ambiguity, but a new study finds patients are not overreacting to uncertain results.
A genomic duplication may help explain why esophageal adenocarcinoma is much more common in Caucasians and presents a potential target for prevention.
A study of colonoscopy recipients finds mixed feelings about using age, life expectancy and risk calculators to guide screening. How doctors can steer the conversation.