Mission accomplished: NASA doctor receives personalized leukemia treatment
Learn about anesthesiology's role in the OR, easing the cancer burden for underserved patients, development of cancer screening guidelines, a personalized approach to meeting cancer patients' nutritional needs and much more.
MD Anderson's anesthesiology team evaluates, prepares and monitors every surgical patient, helps with special procedures, conducts research and emphasizes continued education.
First clinical trial for obese prostate cancer patients coming
While the cancer journey is an individual road, there is common ground where patients’ experiences intersect, regardless of their path in life.
If the release of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations on screening has taught us anything, it’s that not all cancer screening guidelines are created equal.
Imagine ordering your hospital meals from a special menu and having them delivered by hotel-trained wait staff. Or, as a caregiver, eating well while supporting a family member.
Gus Gutman, Bob Kukla and Larry Link probably would not have met except for being blindsided by bladder cancer.
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