Researchers have discovered that a shorter course of radiation using higher doses over fewer days may be a more effective approach for some men with intermediate-risk prostate cancer.
A group of researchers have discovered that even 20 years after a diagnosis, women ER-positive breast cancer still face a substantial risk of cancer returning or spreading. The study could influence decisions about long-term therapy.
Researchers demonstrated that having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis does not increase the risk of recurrence.
Survival gains reported in a phase I trial of a cytomegalovirus pp65-targeted vaccine for glioblastoma.
Prospective clinical trial results demonstrate that a biomarker blood test could detect lung cancer recurrence on average 6 months earlier than CT scans.
Researchers discover that short course pre-operative radiotherapy combined with delayed surgery is an effective treatment with few side effects for patients with rectal cancer.
Researchers have trained a computer to analyze flow cytometry data in combination with patient histories to accurately predict which acute myelogenous leukemia patients will relapse and which go into remission.
Researchers have demonstrated that administering neoadjuvant chemotherapy prior to surgery may improve patient outcomes for African-American breast cancer patients.
Researchers have demonstrated that social isolation in breast cancer patients is associated with higher rates of cancer recurrence and higher mortality rates when compared with women with larger social networks.
Research suggests the combination of immunotherapy and chemotherapy may eliminate quiescent dormant tumor cells.