A Phase III trial presented at ASCO has suggested that surgery might not be a necessity for patients suffering from advanced kidney cancer.
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This world-first-treatment could potentially offer hope to lung cancer patients with previously untreatable lung tumors.
Ground breaking robotic surgery has enabled researchers to remove a rare tumor from a patients neck. This patient is the first in the world to undergo the complex three-part, robotic-assisted surgery.
Discover some of the most imporant aspects of colorectal cancer surgery in this review article from Colorectal Cancer Management.
In this interview Roshaine Wijayatunga (Senior Editor: Oncology) speaks with David Jayne about colorectal surgery in regards to the development, application and evaluation of new surgical technologies.
In this interview Roshaine Wijayatunga (Senior Editor: Oncology) speaks with Michael Douek at the 2017 NCRI Cancer Conference 5–8 Nov 2017 about novel techniques for breast surgery and reconstruction.
In this article the authors review outcomes for intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma patients and explore how identifying factors associated with disease recurrence and survival could help better stratify patients for clinical trials.
Findings from the largest group of men treated for penile cancer by a single institution have demonstrated the benefits of brachytherapy.
Systemic review and meta-analysis to assess the efficacy of allogenic hematopoietic cell transplantation in Mantle cell lymphoma when using myeloablative conditioning or reduced-intensity conditioning regimes.