This week, a new analysis showed that women that are overweight or obese have a moderately higher risk of developing ovarian cancer than women at normal weight. The study, released … Continue reading
By Sheryl M. Ness, R.N. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cancer/expert-blog/exercise-for-cancer-related%20fatigue/ As a cancer survivor, you may be experiencing cancer-related fatigue.
By SarahRose Black, MA, MMT https://cancerkn.com/musical-moments-medical-professionals/ In my recent clinical work, I have spent time focusing on music and health as it pertains to medical professionals.
Whatever your age, you should know what is normal for your breasts and tell your doctor if you notice any changes. Once you reach a certain age, you can also … Continue reading
http://www.cancer.ca/en/about-us/news/national/2014/the-societys-perspective-on-new-mammography-study/ You may have seen news recently about a Canadian study on mammography that questioned the benefit of breast cancer screening.
“TAKE-HOME MESSAGE The authors review the rapid of evolution of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitors for treatment of ovarian cancer from their success in vitro as single agents against BRCA-deficient cancer … Continue reading
“The findings could aid in the development of an algorithm for triaging patients to neoadjuvant approaches versus primary debulking…”
“TAKE-HOME MESSAGE Authors of this review critique the historical definition of “platinum-resistant” ovarian cancer (PROC) as innately flawed, as it was based on now outdated methods to detect recurrence. The … Continue reading
“Malignant ascites independently predicts poor prognosis among women with newly diagnosed advanced ovarian cancer, and thus may predict the likelihood of deriving long-term benefit from bevacizumab treatment…”