The male malignant melanoma death rate is rising worldwide, whilst the rate for women is either steady or falling, according to a study of WHO data.
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The IARC has released the latest estimates on the global burden of cancer, comprising the incidence and mortality in 185 countries for 36 types of cancer and for all cancer sites combined.
A new study, published in CNS Oncology estimates the survival benefit of adding tumor treating fields and temozolomide for newly diagnosed glioblastoma patients.
Although the treatment of metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma across Europe generally follows the ESMO guideline, there are substantial geographic variations in treatment patterns used as first-line therapies.
New data suggest that the number of older people diagnosed with cancer per year could reach a quarter of a…
Analysis of cancer registry data has revealed that women with head and neck cancer were less likely to receive intensive chemotherapy and radiation compared to men.
This World Health Day the WHO is calling for robust steps towards universal healthcare with actions on a policy and an individual level. Find out about some of the issues in global health from across our sister sites.
Data recently released from Prostate Cancer UK demonstrates that prostate cancer has become the third most common cause of cancer death in the UK, overtaking breast cancer.
New research looking at racial survival disparities has suggested that aggressive breast cancer subtypes could explain the gap in mortality between black and white breast cancer patients.
The first study into childhood cancer in sub-Saharan Africa has been published, providing a previously unavailable collation of statistics. The data could provide an essential source of information to researchers and policy makers across the region.