In this “Cancer in My Community” post, Dr. Tonia Onyeka discusses what the cancer experience is like in Nigeria, including how people with cancer access care, how pain management has become more common in the country, and resources available to help people with cancer in Nigeria.
Cases of COVID-19 have arisen all over the world. Here’s what people with cancer and cancer survivors need to know about the disease.
In this podcast, Dr. Funda Meric-Bernstam and Dr. Mark Robson discuss a new ASCO provisional clinical opinion on somatic genomic testing in people with metastatic or advanced cancer, including what it is and how it impacts cancer treatment.
In this “Cancer in My Community” post, Drs. Mastura Md Yusof and Wan Zamaniah Wan Ishak discuss what cancer is like in Malaysia, including the increase in cases in recent years and the measures being taken to reduce cancer throughout the country and improve access to care.
Dr. Sheila Lahijani describes what causes anxiety during cancer, how to identify its signs and symptoms, the positive purpose it can serve, and ways people with cancer can cope when experiencing anxiety.
In this month’s “From the Editor in Chief” column, Dr. Jyoti Patel discusses the significance of World Cancer Day, its new theme for 2022 through 2024, and the importance of working toward health equity across the globe.
New Research in Treating Lymphoma and Improving Equity in Cancer Clinical Trials: ASH Annual Meeting 2021
In this podcast, Dr. Christopher Flowers discusses research from the 2021 American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition, including studies evaluating new treatments for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and an overview of a session on improving equity in cancer clinical trials.
In this podcast, Dr. Norah Lynn Henry discusses new research and updates presented at the 2021 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) in early-stage breast cancer, metastatic breast cancer, and lymphedema.
In this “Cancer in My Community” post, Dr. Diah Martina describes what cancer care is like in Indonesia, including the prevalence of advanced cancer in the country and how the government is working to improve access to cancer care, including palliative care.
As solar panels become increasingly more common across the country, some people worry that the increase in radiation or exposure to certain materials used to make solar panels could cause cancer. In this post, learn what the research says about solar energy and cancer risk.