Time to refocus on risk and prevention

21 June 2016 1

“In the history of cancer research, there has always been tension between those who want to treat cancer and those who think we should prevent it,” writes the pioneering medical oncologist and former head of the [more]

Radiotherapy-related skin reactions

21 June 2016 0

Acute skin reactions associated with radiotherapy can be distressing and can lead to treatment interruption. Anticipating, assessing and managing the problem according to best evidence can make a big difference. Radiotherapy-related toxicity occurs because of [more]

Thombosis and cancer

1 March 2014 0

Thrombosis is the second most common preventable cause of death in patients with cancer, so oncologists need to know how to identify who is at risk, and strategies for prevention and treatment. This overview presents [more]

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