Innovations & Research
The people and places racing to revolutionize cancer care.
Harnessing the “plastic” power of your brain can help cancer thrivers and survivors neutralize the feelings of depression and anxiety that may accompany a diagnosis — no products, programs or prescriptions required.
The advancement of artificial intelligence in hospitals and other care settings has allowed for growth and improvement in both the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Here are some of the cutting-edge technologies that we think you should know about.
A recent clinical trial using an immunotherapeutic “checkpoint inhibitor” completely eradicated colorectal cancer in all 18 participants.
Rick Bartlett, prostate cancer thriver, hopes revolutionary advancements in cancer care will encourage more men to take their health seriously.
Cancer screenings can save your life—but that doesn’t mean they’re pleasant to sit through. These less invasive options for men are changing the game.
From mental health management to palliative care assessment, augmented intelligence is helping shape the future of cancer care.
Ion technology is guiding doctors in more precise and efficient surgical procedures, meaning easier and faster recoveries for lung cancer warriors.
The landscape of lung cancer is changing, but there’s still work to be done. Dr. Michael Liptay is one health care professional spearheading the push for preventive action.
The COVID-19 pandemic is shaping the way we approach cancer screenings. Low-cost, less invasive and more convenient testing options are on the horizon.
Though more common in women, breast cancer is devastating another demographic—men.