Colon and Rectal
Veterans With Colorectal Cancer Have a Higher Incidence of a Second Primary Malignancy Than the Colorectal Cancer Survivors in the General Population
Primary Tumor Sidedness in Colorectal Cancer at VA Hospitals: A Nation-Wide Study
Treatment and Survival Rates of Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer at VA Hospitals: A Nation-Wide Study
Colon Cancer Survival in the United States Veterans Affairs By Race and Stage (2001-2009)
First-Line Pembrolizumab Therapy in a Cisplatin-Ineligible Patient With Plasmacytoid Urothelial Carcinoma: A Case Report
How Is the Colorectal Cancer Control Program Doing?
Program developed by the CDC “shows promise” in implementing evidence-based interventions for patients with cancer. ...
A Veteran With Fibromyalgia Presenting With Dyspnea
Discussion of treatment for a patient who presented with dyspnea and a history of colorectal cancer, melanoma, and bromyalgia.
Rare Cancer Misdiagnosed As Orchitis
Clinicians examine a patient who was once diagnosed with multiple myeloma but who actually had something else. ...
Open Clinical Trials for Patients With Colorectal Cancer
Providing access to clinical trials for veteran and active-duty military patients can be a challenge, but a significant number of trials are now...
Clinical Topics & News
The Effect of Immunonutrition on Veterans Undergoing Major Surgery for Gastrointestinal Cancer
A randomized controlled trial found that providing immunonutrition supplementation before surgery reducedthe rate of postoperative complications...