A blood test that can detect cancer before any symptoms appear, and save lives as a result, is sometimes referred to as the “holy grail” of cancer research. Are we there yet?
Participating in a clinical trial can be a way to benefit from a treatment that is better than the current standard-of-care for any stage of cancer.
Immunotherapy is now part of standard of care for some types of triple negative breast cancer, with much more research ongoing.
Our annual look back at some of the top stories about cancer research and cancer care in the past year.
Acupuncture can help relieve many of the symptoms and side effects of cancer and cancer treatment.
Changes that have been made to cancer clinical trials during the pandemic have greatly increased flexibility for participants and experts recommend they become permanent.
The Patient-Centered Dosing Initiative is advocating for an approach to cancer medicine dosing that focuses on sustaining lives while also optimizing the quality of life.
A vaccine aimed at preventing breast cancer in healthy individuals is expected to begin testing soon in a Phase I clinical trial.
The Hope Foundation directly supports clinical trials research conducted through the SWOG Cancer Research Network.
A recent study compared what patients said about side effects they were experiencing from radiation treatment with what their doctors reported.