Tag: cancer

‘We Caught It Early’: Blessing or Burden?

Casey is a physician assistant. When my friend told me, "they caught

Shannon Casey, PA-C Shannon Casey, PA-C

When a Revolutionary Cancer Treatment Causes Cancer

Sekeres is a leukemia specialist. My patient was young, in his thirties,

Mikkael A. Sekeres, MD, MS Mikkael A. Sekeres, MD, MS

Rituximab Maintenance Boosts Survival for Older Adults With MRD-Negative MCL

Maintenance therapy with rituximab yielded better survival outcomes for older patients with

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Pancreatic Cancer Doesn’t Have to Be a Death Sentence

Chari is a gastroenterologist. According to the statistics, Scott Nelson and Steve

Suresh T. Chari, MD Suresh T. Chari, MD

Moving Beyond the ‘Angelina Jolie Effect’ to Address Cancer Disparities

Giri is a medical oncologist who specializes in clinical cancer genetics. *Patient's

Veda N. Giri, MD Veda N. Giri, MD

Clinical Challenges: Test Your Knowledge on Cancer and Immunotherapy

A MedPage Today Clinical Challenges series discussed three areas of cancer immunotherapy:

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Transitioning Cancer Survivors Away From Oncologic Care

Dinan is an associate professor of epidemiology and an oncology outcomes researcher.

Michaela Dinan, PhD Michaela Dinan, PhD

When Screening Guidelines Collide, Who Wins?

Shaukat is a practicing gastroenterologist and researcher in colon cancer screening. Normally,

Aasma Shaukat, MD, MPH Aasma Shaukat, MD, MPH

The White House Cancer Moonshot Is a Dud

Lindblom is a tobacco control policy analyst and consultant. The White House

Eric N. Lindblom, JD Eric N. Lindblom, JD

TikTok Dinged for Misinformation; BRCA Risk Overestimated; Cheers for Oncology

Social media site TikTok has become a common source of misinformation about

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