A joint Canadian and English study looked at the reluctance seen in some black men over using a Western healthcare system.
Cancer-related psychological distress can contribute to additional mortality and morbidity, worse healthcare outcomes, increased service use and healthcare costs.
Study suggests that fewer than one in 15 premenopausal women will preserve their fertility following breast cancer treatment.
Many patients who are prescribed palliative chemotherapy for metastatic cancer misconstrue the possible effects of such treatment.
This Australian study examined the value of an online educational intervention on the competence of cancer nurses’ pain assessment.
Study explores one year incidence of cancer in a community population
Impact of a decision aid on newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients' understanding of active surveillance
American researchers conducted a cross-sectional study on men with early stage prostate cancer who are given evidence based information.
Study shows overall hazard from external beam radiotherapy and brachytherapy remains low.
Study finds that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) reduced the symptom burden of patients receiving radiation therapy.
Researchers from Stanford University in America have conducted a survey on the experiences of those involved in genetic testing.
If a causal relationship is acknowledged, 2 per cent of all cutaneous malignant melanoma in Britain may be ascribed to work-related sunlight exposure, suggest researchers at Imperial College, London.
Long-term use of azathioprine, an anti-proliferative immunosuppressant antimetabolite, is associated with a seven-fold risk in the development of acute myeloid leukaemia or myelodysplastic syndrome, according to a recent US study.
Researchers have conducted an analysis of breast screening processes to determine the...
Preparing children's nurses to provide competent clinical care for children living with...
A study in breast cancer patients found a link between self-managing treatment and...
China sees up to fourfold increase in occurrence of the disease
Greater than expected reduction rate in all grades of invasive cervical cancer among women aged 15 to 19 years old
Swiss study reveals younger, non-migrant men with cancer more likely to be offered HIV testing