Dr Jessica Peck provides practical tips for clinicians and parents on how to communicate with teenagers about mental health in
Behind Closed Doors.
As many as 10% of early-onset metastatic colorectal cancer cases may be attributable to undiagnosed inflammatory bowel disease, a study suggests.
Researchers sought to determine the landscape of BTK inhibitors for treating patients with CLL.
Investigators characterized the toxicity of stereotactic body radiotherapy for oligometastases from predominantly prostate, colorectal, breast, and lung cancer.
Author discusses her experiences with microaggressions in the workplace and calls for sustained efforts to enact change.
Primary care providers are the frontline in the prompt identification of potential blood culture-negative endocarditis cases.
Case involving a 2-rod subdermal contraceptive implant mistaken for a 1-rod device demonstrates the importance of delivering culturally competent care.
Patients with breast implants are at risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma and various types of lymphoma in the capsules around the implants.
Researchers investigated the benefits and drawbacks of pet ownership while coping with cancer and managing treatment.
The SAFER program is helping Ukrainian children with cancers and other blood disorders to continue their therapy in Ukraine at centers in Europe and North America.
An ultrasound monitor that can stick to the skin and provides sharp images of blood vessels and internal organs is among the latest medical remote monitoring technologies under development.
Each 10% increase in PSA screening rates was significantly associated with a 9% decrease in the metastatic prostate cancer rates, according to a study of VA medical centers.
HIPAA protects patients from unauthorized disclosure of personal information by covered entities such as medical practices and hospitals, but out from under the HIPAA umbrella, patients are mostly on their own, according to the authors of a recent report.
A novel blood test can detect cancers that currently have no standard screening procedures, a study suggests.
Rheumatologists, Joshua Baker, MD, Brian Andonian, MD, and Ira Khanna, MD, discuss the occurrence and management of muscle weakness and loss among patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Ethics consultants begin by identifying and clarifying the conflict to ensure it is related to ethics.
Transgender patients with cancer may be less likely to receive adequate care and have worse outcomes than their cisgender counterparts.
Greater effort should be directed at detecting and aggressively treating prostate cancer metastasis earlier, an approach made possible with the advent of highly sensitive and specific molecular imaging techniques and potent anticancer agents.
Data suggest that most patients who use medical aid in dying (MAID) have cancer, but some oncology providers do not feel well informed about MAID.
Studies from Psych Congress 2022 show the efficacy of ketamine and psilocybin in reducing symptoms of treatment-resistant depression.