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Drug to Reduce Bone Marrow Suppression due to Chemotherapy Approved
eMediNexus, 14 February 2021
#Hematology #Oncology #Pharmacist #Pulmonary Medicine #Radiology

Trilaciclib became the first drug in its class to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for reducing the incidenc ...MORE

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Cancer Rates Rising in Adolescents and Young Adults
eMediNexus, 07 December 2020
#Diabetes and Endocrinology #Hematology #Oncology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pharmacist

Rates of cancer were reported to rise by 30% from 1973 to 2015 in adolescents and young adults (AYAs) (aged 15-39 years) in the ...MORE

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On Pembrolizumab Therapy for Stage III Melanoma, Side Effects Linked to Longer Recurrence-Free Survival
eMediNexus, 13 January 2020
#Dermatology #Hematology #Oncology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pharmacist

In patients taking adjuvant pembrolizumab for stage III melanoma, immune-related adverse events (irAE) are associated with longe ...MORE

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Obese people who undergo weight loss surgery have a reduced risk of developing skin cancer
eMediNexus, 06 January 2020
#Dermatology #Diabetes and Endocrinology #Hematology #Oncology #Pharmacist

The incidence of melanoma is remarkably reduced in patients with obesity after bariatric surgery.

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High BMI may increase chances of survival for some cancer patients: Study
eMediNexus, 28 December 2019
#Cardiology #Diabetes and Endocrinology #Hematology #Oncology

A new research suggests that a high body mass index (BMI) which is usually linked to diseases like diabetes and other cardiovasc ...MORE

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Getting the recommended amount of physical activity tied to lower risk of cancer, says study
eMediNexus, 27 December 2019
#Hematology #Oncology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Radiology

A new study sheds light on one potential health benefit of exercise: a lower risk of certain cancers.

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