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... "It's one of the worst I've ever seen, if not the worst," said Dr. Ibrahim Qaddoumi, associate member of the oncology department at St. Jude, who is treating Gaige. Qaddoumi is hopeful the new research will enable doctors to be "smarter in treating ... Comment?
... her research, supported by the U.S. National Cancer Institute, on June 2 at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting in Chicago. While other studies have found physical activity protects against certain cancers, Lakoski said fewer ... Comment?
... Awtry will give a talk on "Understanding Women's Health as We Age." Dr. Awtry, the Director of Gynecologic Oncology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and a staff member at Lawrence General Hospital, specializes in helping women with ... Comment?
A new review finds that cancer survivors suffer a diverse and complex set of impairments affecting virtually every organ system. Comment?
... results were published online in the ASCO 2013 Annual Meeting Proceedings, a supplement of the Journal of Clinical Oncology . Fifteen patients diagnosed with non-metastatic HER2-negative breast cancer (ECOG status 0/1) were treated with EndoTAG-1 ... Comment?
... at the time of relapse, the researchers say. The findings will be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting May 31-June 4 in Chicago. "Our results were surprising because the current standard-of-care is to include scans ... Comment?
... papers on clinical trials, including a chapter, "Good Clinical Practice: Clinical Research Best Practices," for the Oncology Nursing Society Manual for Clinical Trials Nursing. She also enjoys acting, and can be seen on TV programs such as "House of ... Comment?
... according to the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council. Dr. Lee Riley, St. Luke's chief of surgical oncology, who treated Vanek, said Jolie has quickly become a role model for women facing a similar decision. "She empowers them greatly," ... Comment?
... developing lung or colorectal cancers. The results were released Wednesday by the American Society of Clinical Oncology in advance of the group's meeting set to begin May 31 in Chicago. The research is among the first to show the benefit of fitness ... Comment?
As people infected with HIV live longer with antiretroviral drug therapy, more of them are developing hepatocellular carcinoma , which is particularly aggressive among this population. Comment?
J. MILES CARY/NEWS SENTINEL Connie Rust is a breast cancer survivor and American Cancer Society-funded researcher. Comment?
The movie star and sex symbol, who's famous for showing off her gams, wrote in the New York Times about her decision to have both her breasts removed to reduce her risk of developing breast cancer. Comment?
... the rulings, studies, and companies that made waves in the sector last week. With the American Society of Clinical Oncology's annual meeting right around the corner, we were privy to plenty of clinical data (both good and bad), a three-month early ... Comment?
... the doctor believes a patient is eligible for access to Glivec, only the treating doctor should contact Novartis Oncology to discuss treatment options." To contact the reporter: firstname.lastname@example.org A WEST Australian-first operation at Princess ... Comment?
At 31, Matilda Tristram was looking forward to having her first baby. Then she discovered she had cancer. Comment?
... School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania during the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago in early June (Abstract #6518). The Penn Medicine team surveyed 326 adult cancer patients receiving treatment at ... Comment?
They currently have a $65.00 price target on the stock. The analysts wrote, "Our analysis suggests accelerated Oncology software purchases tied to HITECH/HCIT incentives in 2012 offset deceleration in system orders, driving a ~200bps tailwind and setting a tough comp for 2013. Comment?
Good morning! Heck it's almost lunch time. Timothy and I went to the Merrimack YMCA. Comment?
Angelina Jolie had a preventive double mastectomy after learning she carried a gene that made it likely she would get breast cancer. Comment?
... Munich, a world-renowned scientist whose research focuses on positron emission tomography (PET) in cardiology and oncology. "We're bringing people like Dr. Schwaiger and other experts together to identify existing challenges in the area of imaging ... Comment?