Two new studies show potential out-of-pocket costs for tests in patients after initial screening for lung and cervical cancer.
A new retrospective study addresses the question of how often to screen for breast cancer, suggesting benefits to yearly screening.
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.
A new study helps set standards for RNA sequencing, improving standard practice and laying the foundation to move the field forward.
Tests to diagnose or monitor aren’t without risks, suggesting a need for further research, physician training and frank doctor-patient conversations.