In the latest CureTalks podcast, join internationally renowned integrative oncologists Dr. Donald Abrams and Dr. Kavita Mishra as they discuss how the approach is used as well as when and how best to include integrative oncology into one’s cancer care.
Suresh Gunasekaran, MBA, brings more than 20 years of experience in health care administration and information technology, with a focus on quality and safety, patient service, collaboration, and operational excellence.
Epidemiologist Dr. Scarlett Lin Gomez discusses how the FANS (Female Asian Never Smokers) Study aims to address the alarming increase in lung cancer incidence among Asian American females who have never smoked.
UCSF Study Finds 25% of Patients with HPV+ Oropharynx Cancer May Require Chemoradiotherapy After Robotic Surgery
Knowing which patients are more likely to need adjuvant chemoradiotherapy after robotic surgery for HPV+ oropharynx squamous cell carcinoma (OPSCC) can help guide patient counseling and selection.
Existing Drug May Block the Virus, But Side Effects are Unknown
UCSF Researchers Uncover Common Immune Microenvironments Across Different Types of Cancer
For patients undergoing facial reconstruction following disfiguring cancer operations, a new technique pioneered by surgeons at UC San Francisco may enable them to look more like their former selves.
Lung cancer, the most common cancer type with the highest mortality, can largely be categorized by the genetic mutations that cause it. In the latest CureTalks podcast, Drs.Trever Bivona and Kevan Shokat and patient advocates Terri Conneran and Lisa Goldman discuss lung cancer mutations, new treatments, trials, and more.
For 14 years oncology dietitian Greta Macaire, RD, MA, has provided nutrition support to cancer patients before, during, and after treatment. Macaire reflects on developments in nutrition counseling and research, shares general nutrition tips for cancer prevention, and links to some of her favorite holiday recipes.