Three single-nucleotide polymorphisms have been identified as viable candidates as biomarkers for the personalized monitoring and treatment of lung cancers.
A survey assessing women’s awareness of breast cancer overdiagnosis and overtreatment demonstrated low awareness surrounding the main potential harmful effects of screening.
Prostate cancer screening and detection remain challenging issues, with changes in recommendations for prostate-specific antigen testing causing a significant change in approach. In this editorial discover the multiple roles and applications of prostate MRI.
The use of a new smartphone app could detect early signs of pancreatic cancer, potentially helping to diagnose pancreatic cancer whilst tumors are still treatable.
This review discusses the key sequences that comprise a mpMRI exam of the prostate gland including technical factors that affect image quality, such as pre-exam patient preparation, magnet field strength, endorectal coil utilization and sequence parameters.
New findings suggest that women who receive human papillomavirus (HPV) testing as well as a Pap smear obtain a faster and more complete diagnosis of cervical disease.
In this infographic gain a visual snapshot of a review article in which over 50 leaders in the dermatology field critically assess current screening practice for melanoma in an effort to propose rational, risk-based, data-driven guidelines for skin cancer screening.
Skin cancer screening: recommendations for data-driven screening guidelines & a review of the US Preventative Services Task Force controversy
In this review article, over 50 leaders in the dermatology field critically assess current screening practice for melanoma in an effort to propose rational, risk-based, data-driven guidelines for skin cancer screening.
New perspective piece brings together the opinions of over 50 leading experts in the skin cancer field to assess controversies in current melanoma screening guidelines, as well as provide their own data-derived recommendations.
A team of researchers have developed a digital polymerase chain reaction assay which may greatly improve the detection of cancer cells within blood.