A new study shows language barriers and cultural differences disadvantage some patients, but it records no significant inequities in how doctors provide information.
Cancer: Cancer Types
A recommendation against contralateral prophylactic mastectomy did not increase the likelihood of patients seeking a second opinion or receiving surgery from a different surgeon, a study finds.
High-quality imaging, surgical expertise and ongoing research will help specialists treat the complexities of rectal cancer while preserving patients’ quality of life.
A novel strategy to target a genetic anomaly that occurs in half of all prostate cancers may provide a path for developing new therapies against it.
Black and Hispanic women are less likely to receive guideline-based care, especially at high-volume hospitals, according to a new analysis.
A protein in the tumor microenvironment plays a role in fueling cancer’s spread, a function that could potentially be blocked, according to a new study.