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Ovarian cancer: A step closer to demystifying early detection and prevention

Confirmed: Ovarian cancer begins in the fallopian tubes, not the ovaries. Discover how new research might be the key to overcoming barriers to early detection and prevention.

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Beat AML: Promising outcomes for seniors with acute myeloid leukemia

Treatment options for acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in seniors have remained stagnant for 40 years. We are participating in Beat AML, a research study focused on swift phenotyping and tailored therapies, with the ultimate goal of improving outcomes in this disease that otherwise becomes increasingly difficult to treat as patients age.

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Patient benefits from neoadjuvant breast cancer clinical trials

Breast cancer clinical trials are not experiments. Rather, they are options for women with breast cancer to receive the gold standard of cancer care paired with advanced therapies that can greatly improve their outcomes.

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Birth control and breast cancer: What’s the real risk?

Should women stop using hormonal birth control because of a slightly increased risk of breast cancer? Dr. Bruce Carr says no. Discover how to weigh the risks and benefits of these contraceptives and others.

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Immunotherapy for kidney cancer: Using the body as a weapon

Kidney cancer patients may see long-lasting tumor shrinkage with immunotherapy, which uses the immune system as a weapon to fight cancer. Learn more.

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How we’re using high-dose radiation therapy to treat kidney cancer

Kidney cancer often doesn’t respond well to conventional radiation therapies, but a certain type of high-dose radiation therapy is proving effective.

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What are the options for breast reconstruction after cancer?

Drs. Teotia and Haddock review breast reconstruction options after cancer.