Many Americans are delaying important health screenings because they fear exposure to COVID. As City of Hope pathologist Sue Chang, MD, FCAP explains, waiting can put you at risk for advanced stage disease that could have been detected early. Colon cancer survivor Emile Auguste shares his story and encourages people to get those screenings that could save their lives.
We’re back! CRD returns with some new insights into our latest research, a big picture career update, and some food for thought on how cancer research should be done in an ever-evolving landscape!Star medical student Nafisa Barma from UCL is highlighted in this video – you can read her impressive paper on a new biomarker & drug target for prostate cancer here: https://www.mdpi.com/2218-273X/11/12/1794/htm
A new study has found no significant change in the number of new cancer diagnoses in Canadian children during the first nine months of the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting health-care restrictions imposed at that time did not lead to delayed diagnoses.
Several Canadians who reached out to CTVNews.ca say their diagnoses of cancers, autoimmune disorders and incurable conditions could have been caught sooner and possibly prevented from advancing to late stages had the COVID-19 pandemic not delayed their annual screenings and checkups.
Overweight and obese populations in Ireland and Northern Island cost the island1.64bn euro (US$2.16bn, 1.34bn) annually, according to new research.
Exercise could bring added benefits for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, potentially reducing the amount of drugs they require, according to research led by the University of Pennsylvania.
Clinical trials have begun to explore the benefits that therapeutic massage can provide in alleviating some of the most debilitating symptoms of breast cancer.
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Simon Lowe, CEO of Grayshott Spa in Surrey, UK, well known for its gut health regime, welcomed guests to the 50th anniversary of the spa and the launch of its new ‘Nurture & Support wellness programme for people who are living with cancer or are in remission.
Best-selling novelist Liane Moriarty shares a personal message for American women who may be putting off critical health checks like mammograms during the coronavirus pandemic.