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Few Prostate Cancer Patients Are Getting Checkups They Need

WEDNESDAY, June 5, 2019 — While men with early-stage prostate cancer can delay treatment, few follow guidelines for monitoring their condition, researchers report. In fact, their study of nearly 350 men from North Carolina found that only 15% who chose what’s known as active surveillance followed the recommended guidelines. “Active surveillance has rigorous guidelines —… Read More »

Older adults with blood cancers: How they fare

Although the majority of patients who have blood cancers are older adults, they make up only a small percentage of participants in the clinical trials that lead to new therapies. That’s because the standard research methods used in oncology (cancer medicine) are not ideal for identifying certain vulnerabilities linked to aging, such as having multiple… Read More »

Senate Democrats just showed they actually support Kathy Tran’s late-late-term abortion bill

Last week, after Democratic Virginia Del. Kathy Tran introduced a bill that would allow for abortions to be performed even when the mother is dilating, the Washington Post reported that Democratic lawmakers were distancing themselves from the ultra-pro-abortion legislation. I beg to differ. Democrats were by no means tiptoeing away from the bill championed by… Read More »