StrategyBaton Rouge General, Mary Bird Perkins Announce Partnership to Expand Cancer Care
The facilities will be working together to improve access to care and quality of treatment for the Greater Baton Rouge...
Clinical CareThe War on Cancer at 50: The Origin Story Begins With a Socialite Citizen-Lobbyist
Mary Laske became an activist, philanthropist and strategist focused on supporting medical research.
PayerOncology Doctors Say the Build Back Better Act Will Slash Cancer Care Funding — A Skewed Argument
Ad campaign says parts of the legislation would have 'serious unintended consequences' for cancer patients.
Clinical CareCOVID Renews Interest in Radiation, but Docs Caution Against Pilgrimages to Radon-Filled Mines
Clinical CareOncologists Missing Opportunities to Have End-of-Life Discussions, Study Finds
Physicians may be uncomfortable discussing end-of-life issues and avoid having the conversations.
TelehealthRemote COVID Monitoring Reduces Hospitalizations for Cancer Patients
A Mayo Clinic program used in-home technology to monitor oxygen levels, vital signs and COVID-19 symptoms, and relied on a...
Strategy'Kicking You When You're Down': Many Cancer Patients Pay Dearly for Parking
The costs of parking while in cancer treatment is finally drawing national scrutiny from oncology researchers and even some hospital...
Clinical CareTelehealth Good Fit for Many Oncology Services, Says Cancer Institute CMO
Karmanos Cancer Institute CMO George Yoo is bullish on the future of telehealth in oncology care.
Covid-19A Crisis of Undiagnosed Cancers Is Emerging in the Pandemic's Second Year
Across the country, preventive cancer screenings plummeted by as much as 94% during the first four months of last year.
NursingRole Reversal: COVID Increases Ranks of Child Caregivers
More than 3 million children and teens help an ill or disabled family member.
Clinical CarePandemic-Fueled Alcohol Abuse Creates Wave of Hospitalizations for Liver Disease
Alcoholism-related liver disease was a growing problem even before the pandemic, with 15 million people diagnosed with the condition around...
Clinical CareGene Screenings Hold Disease Clues, but Unexplained Anomalies Often Raise Fears
Genetic testing can unsettle patients because many genetic findings are ambiguous, leaving doctors uncertain about whether a particular variant is...