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Phases of Clinical Trials

Before starting a clinical trial, doctors must prove there is a chance that the new treatment or procedure will work better than what is currently available. They do research until they can prove this. 

Cancer Navigation Center Offers Answers and Assistance

Groop served on the Avera Rural Cancer Advisory Board charged with raising awareness of the resources available to patients and families who face cancer. She is aware of the challenges because her sister faced cancer.

Cancer, Bills, and Insurance: 4 Ways to Stay Organized

Keeping track of all of the financial paperwork involved in your cancer care can quickly become overwhelming.  Below are 4 ways you can stay organized and take control of that information.

40% of Cancers Are Linked to Being Overweight

The rate of new cancer cases has decreased in the United States since the 1990s. But increases in overweight- and obesity-related cancers—which now account for 40% of all U.S. cancers—are likely slowing that progress, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Australian children to get new HPV vaccine against 90% of cervical cancers

An updated vaccine that protects against several deadly cancers, including almost all cervical cancers, will be given free to Australian students.


Immunotherapy has changed cancer medicine. But it's no miracle cure

Immunotherapy provides good reason for optimism and even awe. Unfortunately, it does not work in the majority of patients

Blacks, Elderly Missing From U.S. Cancer Trials

Four out of five participants in cancer clinical trials are white, a discrepancy that calls into question whether other races and ethnicities are receiving good cancer treatment, researchers say.

New Cancer Drug gets approval to treat lymphoma

Pharmaceutical giant Bayer won swift U.S. regulatory approval to sell a drug that could help treat up to one in five lymphoma patients.

New drug target found for 'most common cancer in infants'
Researchers have identified a new target for immunotherapies that could treat and block the advancement of neuroblastoma, which is the most common form of cancer in infants.
Prostate cancer treatment could cure men for whom there was no hope

A breakthrough in treatment for prostate cancer could cure thousands of men whose disease was thought to be incurable, research suggests.

Local pediatric doctors: Childhood cancer underfunded, ask for donations through Alex’s Lemonade Stand

Cancer is the No. 1 cause of death of children in the United States by disease, said Dr. Patrick Reynolds.



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