Physicians Sue over Monopolistic “Maintenance of Certification”

Before 1990, American physicians who had completed 3 years or more of rigorous training in a specialty and passed an examination were awarded lifetime...

Can Corporate Heavyweights Really Tackle the Healthcare Issue?

Three of the most respected corporations in America announced plans this week to start a new company to tackle rising healthcare costs. The three...

Closing the Knowledge Gap to Improve Lung Cancer Treatment

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide. The deadliness of the disease can be partially attributed to the late onset of...

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium – Shifting Paradigms in Targeted Therapies

This year’s San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) is taking place on December 5-9th, 2017, and it is expected to bring in a broad...

ASH 2017: Expect an Invaluable Educational Experience

This year - from December 9 - 12, Oncologists and Hematologists will gather again in Atlanta, GA, the South's largest and most vibrant city,...

Charitable Efforts Know No Boundaries When Helping the Underserved— Stakeholders Strive...

When a steady, relied-upon source of funding was ending, a public-private coalition of concerned stakeholders was created in Arizona to ensure that certain critical...

It’s Just the Beginning, but Much More Work Remains

Yesterday’s U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of the immunotherapy drug, CTL019 (tisagenlecleucel-T | Kymriah®; Novartis), for treatment of childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia...

Uniting in the War on Cancer

Current events have a way of bringing topics to the forefront of our consciousness. Matters previously receiving little attention from small groups are often thrust...

When a Child Dies – What Not To say to Bereaved...

Joan Markwell knows the gut-wrenching, hollow feeling left behind when a child is taken too early. It’s a feeling that mothers have experienced recently...

Eric Rosenthal Reports: Placing Cancer Fear in its Proper Perspective

During his first inaugural address in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” It was...

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