Some Breast Cancer Patients May Safely Skip Radiation
Three presentations at SABCS in December find that it may be safe in certain cases for people with breast cancer to go without radiation.
by Cancer Research Catalyst
Emerging Treatments for Brain Metastases in Breast Cancer
SABCS panel describes advances and pivotal questions in managing patients whose breast cancer has metastasized to their brain.
by Marci A. Landsmann
Patient Advocates as Research Partners
Speakers at SABCS discuss how people who have lived with breast cancer can be valuable partners in research.
by Eric Fitzsimmons
Understanding Side Effects and the Patient Experience
Researchers focus on assessing quality of life and toxicity risks in people with breast cancer.
by Thomas Celona
Addressing Social Determinants of Health
Speakers at SABCS discuss measuring and meeting social factors that affect the health and outcomes of breast cancer patients.
by Kevin McLaughlin
Exercise Benefits in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Study finds supervised physical activity can help improve quality of life and reduce fatigue among people with metastatic breast cancer.
by Thomas Celona
The FDA requires a warning with CAR T-cell therapies about an increased risk of cancer from the treatment. Should you be concerned?
by Sandra GordonOvercoming Lung Cancer Stigma With Understanding
Shirley Muñoz wants to use her experience as a younger lung cancer patient to break down barriers to care for her community through translation and advocacy.
by Cameron WalkerThe More You Know About Cancer Prevention
Studies found awareness gaps about cancer prevention strategies such as screening and vaccination may reduce benefits from these tactics.
by Cancer Research CatalystUsing Acupuncture and Massage to Manage Side Effects
New research finds acupuncture and massage are associated with pain reduction for patients with advanced cancer.
by Laura Gesualdi-Gilmore