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BY MD Anderson

Just a few years ago, most surgeries were "open," or invasive, procedures in which a surgeon made a large incision while the surgery went on. Surena Matin, M.D., associate professor in the Department of Urology and medical director of the MINTOS (Minimally Invasive and New Technology in Oncologic Surgery) Collaborative Group, discusses newer, minimally invasive techniques and how they've changed the standard of care for certain...

BY Sat-Siri Sumler and Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D.

Oncology massage is an approach to massage therapy based in both compassion and specialized massage treatments to help people manage their...