Breast CancerCancer BiomarkersCancer Screening
What Are Biomarkers in Breast Cancer, and How Do They Affect My Treatment? Interview with Daniel F. Hayes, MD, FACP, FASCO
Dr Hayes, Immediate Past President of ASCO and Professor of Breast Cancer Research at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, explains how biomarkers offer more precise treatment opportunities for patients with breast cancer.
By Kelsey Moroz
CancerSEEK is a noninvasive blood test that may help detect cancer in early stages, when treatment has the highest chance for success.
Liquid biopsy is a noninvasive blood test that can help identify cancerous cells or biomarkers, such as gene mutations that may respond to targeted therapies.
Cancer BiomarkersCancer Screening
Biomarkers are biologic markers that indicate changes in our genes and may increase the risk of cancer.
Cancer ScreeningFDA NewsNewsworthy
By Dana Taylor
This first-ever direct-to-consumer genetic test can provide information on potential risks to individuals who may not have access to genetic screening, but the information may be misleading without feedback from experts.
Cancer ScreeningProstate Cancer
You know Ben Stiller as the comedic actor who made you laugh in “There’s Something About Mary,” “Zoolander,” and “Meet the Parents,” but this legend of the silver screen credits a PSA screening for saving his life.
Cancer ScreeningLung Cancer
Low-dose CT screening is the only screening method recommended by the US Preventive Services Task Force for lung cancer, yet only 3.9% of eligible people are actually screened.
Cancer ScreeningColorectal Cancer
Have you been screened for colorectal cancer? As a patient with cancer or a cancer survivor, you need to pay attention to your regular cancer screenings, because getting a second cancer is a possibility. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, but it doesn’t have to be.
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