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Black and Latino people ages 20 to 39 saw a higher risk of distant-stage colorectal cancers, finds a new study.
Next-generation genomic testing improved the effectiveness of targeted therapies for certain patients with metastatic breast cancer.
The AACR asks the CDC to recommend COVID-1i9 vaccine boosters for cancer caregivers as well as anyone who lives with someone with cancer.
Cancer research has seen enormous strides in the past 50 years, but disparities persist and COVID-19 has led to setbacks.
Teens can receive the cancer-preventing HPV vaccine at the same time as their COVID-19 vaccine.
Access to health care without financial barriers helped narrow the gap between Black and white patients.
Palliative care can improve outcomes and quality of life for patients with cancer.
Mixed-size DNA fragments in a blood sample may predict residual cancer as well as MRI scans.
After a median follow-up of 13 months, four of the five patients had ongoing complete remission.
Higher rates of anxiety and depression are associated with higher mortality risk among women with ovarian cancer.
Men with a high genetic risk of prostate cancer can reduce their risk of developing a lethal form of the disease by healthy living.
Colorectal cancer in people under 50 has risen dramatically in recent decades.
People living with cancer are at higher risk for severe illness and death due to COVID-19.
Older women who did not receive radiation after breast-conserving surgery had similar 10-year survival rates.
Symptom under-recognition may be more common among younger patients and Black patients.
A simple blood test can reveal treatment response faster than conventional imaging scans.
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