A vaccine aimed at preventing breast cancer in healthy individuals is expected to begin testing soon in a Phase I clinical trial.
Are cancer patients at increased risk for severe illness if they get COVID-19? What extra steps should they take to stay safe during the pandemic without delaying needed treatments?
My answers to the questions in this year’s Summer Blogging Challenge from Nancy’s Point.
Young women and men will feel the most impact from policy changes that could affect everything from their risk of getting breast cancer to their ability to access potential life-saving treatments.
Adding to the information in my most recent post, more helpful resources on coping with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources that provide helpful information on coping with cancer and the COVID-19 crisis.
Many cancer patients are receiving unexpected bills from out-of-network providers after surgery.
In cancer language, it’s not unusual for the medical or scientific meaning of a term to be different from the way the same word is understood in everyday language.
Findings from two recent studies about exposures to endocrine disrupters and the potential impact on our health.
Top “take-home” highlights from the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
The Metastatic Breast Cancer Access to Care Act would waive the lengthy waiting periods that currently prevent individuals with advanced breast cancer from receiving timely access to care.