Eva Vega is determined to educate as many Spanish speakers as she can about cancer. Born in Mexico, she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999, and knows how overwhelming the disease can be.
Tumor cells that predict recurrence or survival in early stage breast cancer? More on that, as well as genetic change caused by UV exposure and a clinical tool that indicates which older women might benefit from radiation therapy.
We talked to Jean-Bernard Durand, M.D., associate professor in the Department of Cardiology, about the benefits to patients of MD Anderson's state-of-the-art lab.
A decade from now, the success of this effort to ramp up scientific discoveries will be measured in reduced patient mortality and nothing less.
As a psychiatrist treating cancer patients, Walter Baile, M.D., heard many stories from distraught patients about physicians who'd told them in blunt terms that further treatment would be futile. He decided to do something about it.
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