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The latest clinical and political news for Australian oncologists
Professor Peter Gibbs explains.
Most are requesting CT scans for high-risk smokers.
There are still so many mysterious things in medicine.
In some cases the agents improve survival, a Cochrane review shows.
As a paediatric oncologist, the worst conversation I can have with my patients or their parents is to tell them...
It appears to be particularly protective in people with atrial fibrillation.
Only half of them are better than older treatments.
But it seems the core problem is beyond their control.
Dermatologists are concerned about the unlicensed product.
The checkpoint inhibitor has been approved for Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
It’s time to involve the patient and here’s how
Researchers say 40 years of data backs a fresh approach.
He wanted to prevent recurrence of prostate cancer.
Why patients need to be at the centre of cancer care
GPs are being urged to help women with breast cancer stick to their endocrine therapy.
One in 10 cancer patients have potentially futile treatment in their last two weeks of life.
Rejecting mainstream treatments appears particularly risky in breast cancer.
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PBS approval for an expensive new drug raises an important question.
Treatment prompts practice rethink
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