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  • August 27: The Week in Cancer News

    Regular exercise can help mitigate cognitive problems associated with chemotherapy, and researchers learn more about the link between cholesterol and cancer.

    by Bradley Jones

  • August 20: The Week in Cancer News

    Patient volume at radiation therapy clinics can affect outcomes, and experts call attention to a third breast cancer gene, PALB2.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • August 13: The Week in Cancer News

    Survival is not affected by delaying breast cancer treatment for fertility preservation, and the FDA approves a drug combination to treat kidney cancer.

    by Kevin McLaughlin

  • August 6: The Week in Cancer News

    The father of a child diagnosed with brain cancer calls for better financial support for families, and a task force aims to find out more about AYA patients’ quality of life.

    by Bradley Jones

  • July 30: The Week in Cancer News

    Healthy lifestyle habits can reduce risk of cancer, and less treatment may be adequate for some children with ALL.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • July 23: The Week in Cancer News

    Two studies on access to opioids identify disturbing patterns, and Keytruda before and after surgery helps some breast cancer patients.

    by Kevin McLaughlin

  • July 16: The Week in Cancer News

    A study measures the global impact of alcohol on cancer incidence, and the FDA approves treatments for multiple myeloma and urothelial cancer.

    by Bradley Jones

  • July 9: The Week in Cancer News

    Study shows cancer centers can improve coordination with physicians’ practices in their networks, and cancer death rates in U.S. continue to decline.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • July 2: The Week in Cancer News

    A study sheds light on the link between red meat consumption and colorectal cancer, and mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are effective in most cancer patients.

    by Kevin McLaughlin

  • June 25: The Week in Cancer News

    A reporter discusses the elevated risk for early-onset colorectal cancer in Black men, and a study shows that women are underrepresented in cancer clinical trials.

    by Kate Yandell

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