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Pathology

June 26, 2020

Video: What is cancer pathology?

A detailed pathology report may help doctors personalize a treatment plan to a patient’s specific cancer diagnosis.

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Pelvic pain

June 23, 2020

Pelvic pain and ovarian cysts: Do they mean cancer?

Ovarian cysts are quite common, and the symptoms can be similar to those of ovarian cancer.

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Cancer staging

June 12, 2020

Video: What is cancer staging?

Staging is the process of determining the size of a tumor and whether it has spread.

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Head and neck cancer

June 8, 2020

Q&A: Answers to common questions about head and neck cancer

Head and neck cancers are a complex group of malignancies that include those of the mouth, larynx, pharynx, salivary glands and nasal cavities.

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Precision medicine

June 5, 2020

Video: The promise of precision medicine

When Christine Bray’s metastatic ovarian cancer didn’t respond to conventional treatments, her doctors tried something different.

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Colonoscopy

May 26, 2020

Get checked: Colonoscopy or other screenings may help head off colorectal cancer

Screening is an important preventative measure to catch any signs of colorectal cancer at an early stage. Yet only 55 percent of those who should get screened actually do.

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Skin protection

May 4, 2020

Study: Basal cell carcinomas may be a harbinger for more serious cancers

Researchers have found a connection between multiple basal cell skin cancers and a higher risk for developing unrelated cancers later in life.

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DNA Day

April 24, 2020

Five ways mapping the human genome has changed cancer care

It’s National DNA Day—set aside to celebrate milestones that helped unlock the mysteries of DNA.

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Cancer diagnostics and screening

April 6, 2020

What’s the difference? Cancer screening and diagnostics

During the COVID-19 outbreak, doctors and patients may be faced with the difficult decision of whether to reschedule cancer screening or diagnostic procedures.

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