A new study finds exceptional long-term survival when a single dose of chemotherapy selects patients for chemoradiation or surgery.
A new study finds these side effects cause an extra burden for both patients and the health care system.
One patient had no discomfort associated with a rare aneurysm on her jugular vein — until a rupture required immediate surgery.
Researchers tap into a simple way to encourage healthier eating habits among low-income families by promoting a program that increases the value of food stamps when spent on fruits and vegetables.
A new study suggests these patients are satisfied with the first oncologist visit and treatment decision, unless uncertain genetic results are in play.
But among those diagnosed, treatment rates remain high, despite increasing evidence that surveillance may be an appropriate option.