Dr. Steven Frank gave a talk on the use of brachytherapy or seed implantation for prostate
cancer as a “model for value in the changing healthcare environment”. He reported the data on
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The good news: remission indicates that your cancer is improving in a measurable way. Your tumors may be shrinking or disappearing, your symptoms may be improving or going away, or there may be less cancer in your body overall. Generally, remission means that you can reduce or stop your treatment, at least temporarily.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, chances are you’ve visited a doctor who specializes in oncology. Oncology is an umbrella term used to describe all branches of medicine that deal with the diagnosis, treatment, and overall care of cancer patients, as well as research into how cancer develops and what we can do to help prevent, treat, and cure it.
Before deciding whether or not to undergo testing, men should weigh the potential risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening, review medical history and personal risk factors for prostate cancer with their physician, and arrive at an informed conclusion.
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In children treated with definitive radiation therapy (RT) for abdominal neuroblastoma...
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Clinical oncology trials are scientific studies that test the impact of a medical treatment on a selected group of patients with a common medical condition.
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A compilation of SERO's collective 17 abstracts and 10 presentations given in 2014.
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On Wednesday, November 5th Dr. Charles Meakin of Southeast Radiation Oncology presented at the CaroMont Hospital Cancer Center Weekly tumor board a case of high risk squamous cell cancer of the face. The original lesion...
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For many smokers, the consequences of tobacco use are abstract. Since the long-term effects of smoking develop slowly, over time—with each cigarette chipping away at the body’s vital systems little by little—it can be difficult to recognize that irreperable damage is being done.
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