Are tumour boards defunct?

The complexity of cancer, the risks and benefits associated with alternative treatment options, the care needs of patients, all point to the need for input from specialists in many disciplines. But are regular face-to-face multidisciplinary [more]

Thombosis and cancer

Number 59

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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Selected reports edited by Janet Fricker Study defines optimum exercise level in breast cancer =>JNCI Undertaking higher volumes of aerobic exercise or combining aerobic exercise with resistance exercise improves physical functioning and symptoms for breast [more]

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