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The latest clinical and political news for Australian oncologists
The Social Medwork ships medications not yet approved in Australia.
Scalp cooling prevents chemotherapy-induced hair loss and should be used more widely, medical oncologists say.
Nor should they be referred to as 'sufferers' or 'survivors', according to new media reporting guidance.
In the US it’s a standard treatment, but Australians are spending thousands to import it
He left a number of patients disfigured
The RACP is refusing a further investigation into one of the biggest controversies in its 70-year history
A survey of Australians shows only 15% of us are aware of pancreatic cancer — a terrible...
But the pathologist who made the misdiagnoses kept his job
TGA expands treatment options with nivolumab
They’re not always on the sun-exposed parts of the body
A Chinese patient is the first to have his DNA engineered using a revolutionary approach
Women of childbearing age unlikely to be checked before treatment
Doctors accuse government of buying a system that does not work
Amid world-leading rates, there's a glimmer of hope.
Women at risk of breast cancer might be missing out on tamoxifen.
The danger is that eligible women will miss out
DCIS diagnoses continue to rise, even within the screening era
Study looks at what motivates prescribing decisions
Euthanasia is on the political agenda again, but this time the change may be for real
Visiting oncologist says we have a lot to learn from the way Canada regulates reimbursement
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