Drop in Cancer Diagnoses Under COVID-19 Raises Alarms
Results of a recent study support concerns that pandemic disruptions resulted in finding fewer cancers.
by Kyle Bagenstose
After Colorectal Cancer, Survivors Face Higher Risk for a Second Cancer
Researchers find increased risk of four types of secondary cancer in patients diagnosed with early-onset colorectal cancer.
by Sandra Gordon
From the Editor-in-ChiefArtificial Intelligence
AI has significant implications for medicine, especially for precision cancer care.
by William G. Nelson, MD, PhD
Nudging Our Way to Better Cancer Care
Researchers use insights from behavioral economics to encourage taking recommended actions in health care.
by Kevin McLaughlin
Colorectal Cancer in Young People
While colorectal cancer incidence has gone down among older people, incidence rates have steadily increased for people under age 50. Younger people are more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage and have unique challenges that come with facing cancer in their prime.
by Erin O’Donnell
Cervical Cancer Found at Later Stages After 65
A study found women in California were more likely to have cervical cancer diagnoses at a later stage after age 65.
by Jon Kelvey
Comparing Costs of At-Home Colorectal Screening Tests
Cologuard and FIT have been found equally effective at screening for colorectal cancer and are widely used, but FIT is a fraction of the cost of Cologuard.
by Jon Kelvey
Keep That Colonoscopy Appointment
Experts weigh in on a recent study appearing to show that colonoscopy had lower-than-expected efficacy for preventing colorectal cancer.
by Pamela Rafalow Grossman
Exploring a New Frontier
AACR patient advocate forum addresses developments in cancer early detection tests.
by Thomas Celona
Forward LookWhat’s Next
A magnet-guided robot could help doctors look for signs of cancer deeper in the passages of the lungs.
by Darcy Lewis