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Younger Patients Do Not Attain a Survival Benefit from Current Rectal Cancer Treatment Recommendations
A CANCER News Alert: A new study reveals that individuals younger than 50 years of age who are diagnosed with rectal cancer do not experience an overall survival benefit from […]
Tony Braun was at his urologist’s office one day in 2010 because of a kidney stone when the physician became alarmed.
Federal prostate cancer screening guidelines swing back toward more responsible testing, writes Dr. Li-Ming Su, chair of the UF Department of Urology. So what does that mean for men?
The Florida Pancreas Collaborative will investigate biological processes that may underlie disparities and poor outcomes related to pancreatic cancer and target them with more effective therapeutic strategies tailored to the individual.