Appendiceal mucinous neoplasms are rare adenomatous primary tumors that can cause serious potentially fatal complications.
An Indian immigrant who once emptied bedpans in a Boston hospital went on to become the “father of chemotherapy.”
Clouded by the thought “I have breast cancer,” patients are making uninformed treatment decisions.
Skull Base Regeneration During Treatment With Chemoradiation for Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma: A Case Report
Case in Point
Background: Advanced cases of nasopharyngal carcinoma can present with skull base invasion. Treatment of...
Increase in cases among younger patients may be attributable to steady diets consisting of sugary processed foods.
A study of 20 head and neck cancer patients revealed common symptom concerns.
The consequences of suboptimal hospice transitions can damage the mental health and well-being of patient and caregiver.
Experts argue that overtreatment could be reduced by removing the word “cancer” from low-risk disease.
“Every patient who comes to see me has a story, so I try to understand their story,” Dr. Hugh Greenway said.
Supply chain problems have triggered shortages of a drug to treat Hodgkin lymphoma, igniting a search for substitutes.