Ovarian cancer can be treated with a very good prognosis if detected in the early stages, but not after it has advanced. Transvaginal ultrasound is capable of identifying changes in ovarian size and structure, and thereby detects early ovarian malignancies. This view has generated four major trials on transvaginal ultrasound detection, which the authors discuss in this CME article.
This CME article examine studies that have been carried out in breast cancer along the cancer continuum in Latinas. The authors focus on randomized, controlled trials, as well as quasi-experimental, and pre- and post-test studies that provided interventions for positive breast cancer outcomes.
This CME article focuses on the issues related to the care of older women with metastatic breast cancer, and the cornerstones of treatment.