Woman, 56, is the first person cured of advanced breast cancer - 'I feel awesome'

More info Judy Perkins, now 56, was hit with a breast cancer diagnosis back in 2003. Despite the condition being caught at an early stage and treated with a mastectomy, the cancer returned a decade ... read more

Supercharge your immunity: How immunotherapy can better train your immune system when battling with cancer

Sunway Medical Centre Velocity (SMCV) in a statement said cancer-fighting technology has improved in leaps and bounds in recent years, and one newer technology that has been known to be effective in ... read more

Negative fecal tests tied to low risk for advanced colorectal cancer

There was a low risk for advanced neoplasia after multiple rounds of negative fecal immunochemical tests (FIT) in people undergoing surveillance colonoscopy, according to a study published online Jan. read more

As cancer care advances, we also need better supportive care: Dr. Sujith Kumar Mullapally, Apollo Proton Cancer Centre

The challenge of chemotherapies is that patients and their families fear them because of their side effects. Apart from affecting the target cancer, it also impacts the body, especially the blood, and ... read more

What Are The Advanced Technologies That Companies Are Adopting To Develop Effective Cancer Monoclonal Antibodies?

According to the Business Research Company's Cancer Monoclonal Antibodies Global Market Report the global cancer monoclonal antibodies market is expected to reach $62.4 billion in 2023 at a compound ... read more

Staggering number of cancers undiagnosed during first year of pandemic

Around 2,600 cancers went undiagnosed in the first year of the pandemic alone, the Irish Cancer Society (ICS) has warned. read more

Ovarian cancer HIPEC treatment saves Brisbane GP's life, offers hope for patients

After being diagnosed with ovarian cancer a Brisbane GP was given four months to live. But, after receiving a new treatment, she is now in complete remission. read more

World Cancer Day: Why young women may be at a disadvantage in early detection

As a result, breast cancer in younger patients is discovered when a lump is present in the breast. Sadly, this also makes it more likely that it is already advanced. She emphasises that the potential ... read more

To Prevent Cancer, More Women Should Consider Removing Fallopian Tubes, Experts Say

There is no reliable screening test for ovarian cancer, so doctors urge women at high genetic risk for the disease to have their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed once they are done having children, ... read more

CfDNA Alterations in 1671 Patients with Advanced BTC: A Clinical Landscape

The following is the summary of “Clinical landscape of cell-free DNA alterations in 1671 patients with advanced biliary tract cancer” published in the December 2022 issue of Oncology by Berchuck, et ... read more

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