November 3, 2022 Kate Ruder
Liquid biopsies have become more common in cancer care, particularly for people with non-small cell lung cancer. But what are liquid biopsies, and how are they used? Learn more here about who might need a liquid biopsy and what to expect from the procedure. Read More
November 1, 2022 Eleonora Teplinsky, MD
La Dra. Eleonora Teplinsky analiza cómo los síntomas de la menopausia pueden ser similares a los de ciertos tipos de cáncer, qué deben saber sobre estos síntomas las personas que se aproximan o atraviesan la menopausia y cómo el tratamiento para la menopausia puede afectar el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer. Read More
October 27, 2022 Sara Acheson, PT, DPT, OCS, CLT-UE
Physical therapist Sara Acheson discusses what people with breast cancer should know about exercising during cancer treatment, including how to develop an exercise plan, what challenges may come with specific types of treatment, and questions to ask the health care team. Read More
October 25, 2022 Jyoti Patel, MD, FASCO
In this month’s “From the Editor in Chief” column, Dr. Jyoti Patel discusses what multi-cancer early detection tests are, the ongoing research being done around them, and their potential use as a future tool for multi-cancer screening. Read More
October 20, 2022 Kate Ruder
Birth control pills have been shown to decrease the risk for certain cancers and increase the risk for others. Here, the current research is summarized on how birth control pills can impact your risk of cancer and questions to ask your doctor if you are taking or considering taking the pill. Read More