In this podcast, Dr. Michael Williams discusses studies and a report on the treatment of leukemia and lymphoma presented at last month’s ASH Annual Meeting.
In this Q&A, Dr. Anne Katz and Dr. Brad Zebrack discuss some of the challenges that teenagers and young adults with cancer face, including issues around sexual identity, faith, isolation, and relationships.
In the latest podcast in the “Clinical Trials in Genitourinary Cancers” series, experts discuss 3 clinical trials testing new treatments for prostate, bladder, and kidney cancers.
In this post, Dr. Abenaa Brewster discusses why attending your scheduled cancer care and screening appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic is so important and how to do so safely.
In this post, Dr. Carolyn Hendricks discusses the benefits of the new shift to televisits, and how people with cancer can make the most out of their time with their doctor during these appointments.
In this podcast, Dr. Petros Grivas and Dr. Edith Mitchell discuss what health care disparities are, how they affect people with cancer, and why involvement of minority populations in cancer clinical trials is so important.
Dr. Fidel Rubagumya describes what treating people with cancer is like in Rwanda, including some of the longstanding challenges and recent achievements in caring for and supporting patients and survivors in the country.
Dr. William Dale discusses 5 key studies presented at the SIOG 2020 Annual Meeting Online that involve improvements in evaluating, caring for, and treating people with cancer who are 60 or older.
In this post, Dr. Narjust Duma discusses the unique challenges people living with and beyond lung cancer face in terms of their sexual health, and how they can best address their sexual concerns with their health care team.
In this podcast, 3 experts discuss what it means to have the capacity to make decisions during cancer, and what families and caregivers should know if they need to make decisions on behalf of someone else.