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The latest clinical and political news for Australian oncologists
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
He thought tumour would 'drop off'.
The telecoms company says Medicare data was corrupted.
Australia's primary screening program a world first.
The two genes differ in ovarian cancer risk.
Absolute mortality difference less than 1%.
Rapid diagnosis clinics needed says Cancer Council CEO
The unusual lymphoma has been classed as a 'distinct clinical entity'
But one practitioner has been cautioned
But he will not be practising haematology
The ATO have released figures on the nation's top earners
Do you know how your patient chose you?
Six developments in oncology this week.
Distress from a scan for cancer may well last beyond the scan itself.
Most radiologists now accept the cancer risks are real, though very small.
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