Physicians using CAD can detect growth of low-grade gliomas at significantly smaller volumes.
Screening and outpatient clinic appointments may offer opportunity for prevention intervention.
Findings seen among pre-/perimenopausal survivors of stage 0 to III breast cancer.
Increase of at least half a serving a day of red meat, especially processed meat, linked to greater risk.
Annual nitrate-attributable cases of CRC, ovarian, thyroid, kidney, bladder cancer ranged from 2300 to 12,594.
Researchers evaluated response rates to azacitidine and decitabine in patients with chronic myelomonocytic leukemia according to various sets of response criteria.
Findings show radical hysterectomy at high-volume centers tied to better survival in early cervical cancer.
Neither increases in prevalence of obesity nor heavy alcohol consumption correlated with CRC trends.
Survival rates lowest for non-Hispanic blacks regardless of stage at diagnosis, histologic subtype.
More marked increases in incidence observed from 2006 to 2013 than from 1973 to 2006.
Increased odds ratios for cancer observed in different categories of OSA for women, not men.
Cancer death rates decreased from 1999 to 2017; heart disease deaths dropped to 2011 and then increased.
Low intake of whole grains, dairy products, high intake of processed meats account for highest burden.
NPs and PAs who specialize in oncology are frequently grouped together, but there may be significant differences between the regions in which they practice and the type of malignancies they treat.
Transgender people on hormones, cisgender people should follow same breast cancer screening guidelines.
In randomized trial, drug demonstrated statistically significant improvement in progression-free survival.
Despite overall decline or stabilization, increase seen for young adults in some high-income countries
More than 60% of products do not provide adequate sun protection, contain potentially harmful chemicals.
Most lifetime QALYs seen with cytologic testing every 3 years, repeated for ASC-US.
The rate of discussions between physicians and patients regarding lung cancer screenings is very low.