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This article reviews progress made in the creation of a transplantable artificial ovary and discusses future trends for its development.
A stem cell transplant is just the beginning of a patient’s journey towards recovery. After they leave hospital, they can face a huge range of challenges. In this video we speak with Amelia Chong to explore Anthony Nolans, ‘Who Cares?’ campaign which is calling for an urgent review of the care that patients receive after a stem cell transplant.
In this interview we explore the policy surrounding stem cell transplantation including high-profile projects such as the Defend Second Transplants campaign and find out ways to diversify the stem cell donor register to ensure that charities such as Anthony Nolan can provide the best donor match to individuals with blood cancer.
1.9 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer every year by 2020, a group of experts have estimated. The multi-institutional group has focused on factors in early adulthood, which evidence suggests are linked to subsequent cancer risks later in life.
What differing considerations should be taken into account when treating Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) cancer patients compared to adult cancer patients? Discover in our interview with Sue Morgan MBE, Teenage Cancer Trust Nurse Consultant.
A new study indicates that young adults surviving the disease find it difficult to attain their desired goal of getting back to normality, 2 years following their initial diagnosis.
Researchers have developed a nurse-led intervention to help carers with medication management and evaluated its use in routine practice.
A web-based tool that allows patients to report their symptoms to their clinicians in real time has been shown to increase survival rates in metastatic cancer patients.
Researchers demonstrated that having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis does not increase the risk of recurrence.