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Oncology articles

 

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Cadmium Intake as a Prognostic Factor in Endometrial Cancer: A Swedish Cohort-Based Study

This study aims to explore the role of dietary cadmium intake in the progression-free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS) in women with EC.

Published in Nutrition and Cancer.

Cancer patients’ preferred and perceived level of involvement in treatment decision-making: an epidemiological study

Learn how this article analyzed preferred and perceived levels of patients’ involvement in treatment decision-making in a representative sample of cancer patients.

Published in Acta Oncologica

Current state of melanoma diagnosis and treatment

This article provides up to date information on melanoma, its diagnosis and the different types of treatment available for the disease.

Published in Cancer, Biology and Therapy.

Deformable image registration for radiation therapy: principle, methods, applications and evaluation

Discover the main applications of DIR in RT and discuss current DIR evaluation methods.

Published in Acta Oncologica.

Desloratadine and loratadine stand out among common H1-antihistamines for association with improved breast cancer survival

Learn how they investigated six major H1-antihistamines (cetirizine, clemastine, desloratadine, ebastine, fexofenadine and loratadine) and breast cancer-specific and overall mortality in a nation-wide register-based study of all 61,627 Swedish women diagnosed with breast cancer 2006–2013.

Published in Acta Oncologica.

Effects of football fitness training on lymphedema and upper-extremity function in women after treatment for breast cancer: a randomized trial

The aim of this study was therefore to evaluate the feasibility and safety of Football Fitness training in relation to lymphedema and upper-extremity function after treatment for breast cancer.

Published in Acta Oncologica.

Exercise prehabilitation may lead to augmented tumor regression following neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in locally advanced rectal cancer

Learn about the effect of an exercised prehabilitation programme on tumour response in rectal cancer patients following neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy (NACRT).

Published in Acta Oncologica

Feasibility, Safety, and Beneficial Effects of MCT-Based Ketogenic Diet for Breast Cancer Treatment: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study: Nutrition and Cancer

The present study was aimed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and beneficial effects of a ketogenic diet on body composition and blood parameters and survival in patients with breast cancer

Published in Nutrition and Cancer.

Heavy-load resistance exercise during chemotherapy in physically inactive breast cancer survivors at risk for lymphedema: a randomized trial

This article evaluated the effect of heavy-load resistance exercise on lymphedema development in women receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer.

Published in Acta Oncologica.

Hippo pathway effectors YAP/TAZ as novel determinants of ferroptosis

In this article you will learn how ferroptosis sensitivity in renal and ovarian cancers are regulated by cell density through TAZ-EMP1-NOX4 and TAZ-ANGPTL4-NOX2 pathway, respectively.

Published in Molecular & Cellular Oncology.

IAEA methodology for on-site end-to-end IMRT/VMAT audits: an international pilot study

Discover how two main aspects were tested in the pilot study: feasibility of the planning constraints and the accuracy of IC and film results in comparison with TPS calculations. As well as the methodology between how these tests were conducted.

Published in Acta Oncologica

Life and death of circulating cell-free DNA

Delve into the current understanding of the origin of circulating cell-free DNA and different forms of DNA release (including various types of cell death and active secretion processes) and clearance routes.

Published in Cancer, Biology and Therapy

Onion and Garlic Intake and Breast Cancer, a Case-Control Study in Puerto Rico: Nutrition and Cancer

This article will allow you to learn how there is limited evidence on the association between onion and garlic intake and breast cancer and how they assessed this association in a population-based, case-control study in Puerto Rico.

Published in Nutrition and Cancer.

Prevention and control strategies in the diagnosis and treatment of solid tumors in children during the COVID-19 pandemic

This article gives a scientific management system for patients with solid tumors to guarantee emergency surgery, rationally arrange limited-term surgery, appropriately defer elective surgery, and guarantee regular chemotherapy, while protecting children other diseases continuity of comprehensive diagnosis and treatment.

Published in Pediatric Hematology & Oncology.

The Effectiveness of Shared Compared to Informed Decision Making for Prostate Cancer Screening in a High-Risk African American Population: A Randomized Control Trial

Discover how this article aims to examine shared versus informed decision making (SDM versus IDM) in a randomized, control trial among a large, high-risk AA population.

Published in Cancer Investigation.

Waste Not, Want Not: The quest to rid of oncology drug waste: Oncology Issues

Learn about the current issues with oncology drug waste and the methods that are being taken to reduce waste.

Published in Oncology Issues.

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