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Post-treatment surveillance frequency not related to improved lung cancer patient survival

Cancer treatment continues to improve ... not surprising to the researchers, who hypothesized that surveillance intensity was not associated with survival. However, Dr. Kozower said the results would ... read more

Frequent colorectal cancer follow-up does not improve recurrence, survival

More frequent follow-up testing for patients with colorectal cancer did not improve time to recurrence or survival ... surveillance testing on colorectal cancer-related recurrence, resection for ... read more

FDG PET/CT found useful in certain lung cancer patients

"Using FDG PET/CT for routine surveillance ... and improve overall survival, which, in turn, influence the patient's quality of life. Surgery is usually the primary treatment modality for localized ... read more

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Crabp2 Promotes Metastasis of Lung Cancer Cells via HuR and Integrin β1/FAK/ERK Signaling

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Surveillance intensity not associated with earlier detection of recurrence or improved survival in colorectal cancer

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Diagnosis and Management of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynecologic cancer. Less than one-half of patients survive for more than five ... Primary care physicians have important roles in posttreatment surveillance and ... read more

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PCPs lack resources to consult with patients on pulmonary nodules

Most did not use “risk calculators” in predicting lung cancer ... the patient expressed concern over the plan set by the clinician for surveillance imaging. The researchers identified a need for PCPs ... read more

Post-treatment surveillance frequency not related to improved lung cancer patient survival

CHICAGO (October 4, 2018): Cancer treatment continues to improve ... that surveillance intensity was not associated with survival. However, Dr. Kozower said the results would probably surprise the ... read more



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