Cancer Research News
Videos about the latest advances in cancer care and highlights from ASCO's Annual Meetings
Dr. Daniel Hayes discusses new research presented at the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting on improved psychological support for people with advanced cancer.
Dr. Daniel Hayes discusses new research on testicular cancer survivorship presented at the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting.
Dr. Daniel Hayes discusses new research presented at the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting on an 8-week, online therapy program for people with cancer.
Watch and learn how the ASCO Annual Meeting is changing cancer care, and what it means for doctors, patients, advocates, and other in the cancer care community.
Dr. Erica Mayer discusses what is important for patients to know about early stage breast cancer following a diagnosis. Beginning with types of breast cancer, Dr. Mayer guides patients through understanding their treatment plan and health care team, recent advancements in research and treatments, and questions to ask.
Dr. Ezra Cohen explains how head and neck cancer is categorized, current treatment options, and the latest research developments in this introductory patient education video.
This patient education video offers an introduction to metastatic breast cancer, which is breast cancer that has spread to another location in the body or comes back in a distant location. This video is led by 3 women diagnosed with this disease, Kim Dowling, Helen Karys, and Paige Sinclair, and by Dr. Lidia Schapira.
Dr. Daniel Hayes discusses new cancer research highlighted at ASCO’s 2016 Annual Meeting, covering individual studies on improving patients’ quality of life and access to care. The topics covered address black women with the BRCA gene mutation and preventive cancer surgery, and cancer drug affordability worldwide.
Dr. Julie Vose discusses new cancer research highlighted at ASCO’s 2016 Annual Meeting, covering a study about a new drug that could change standard treatment for multiple myeloma.
Dr. Daniel Hayes discusses new cancer research highlighted at ASCO’s 2016 Annual Meeting, covering individual studies about immunotherapy and targeted therapy for: bladder cancer, gastric cancer, and small cell lung cancer.