Colon cancer diagnoses are decreasing in the United States. Dr. Mansour and Dr. Beg explain the causes and what they’ve observed at UT Southwestern. Add your voice –#CallOutCancer today.
Recent commentaries in the New York Times and Forbes lament the slow adoption by oncologists of a method of administering chemotherapy that’s been shown in several randomized controlled trials to improve survival in women afflicted with ovarian cancer.
Surgical techniques for colon cancer offer more options than in the past.
HPV, a common sexually transmitted infection, causes throat cancer in young adults. Dr. Sumer explains how a vaccine may be able to curb the epidemic.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in our country. Many types of skin cancer are curable, but its deadliest form – melanoma – affects more than 73,000 people every year. Add your voice – #calloutcancer today.
Clinical trials are not just for advanced-stage cancer. UT Southwestern offers clinical trials for patients with newly diagnosed and recurrent cancers.
Matthew Ladin of Dallas contacted his dentist about his nagging jaw pain, thinking it was probably just a toothache.
Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) at UT Southwestern in Dallas provides minimally invasive lung cancer treatment in an outpatient setting.
Researchers at UT Southwestern are developing drugs that target lung cancer cell mutations to treat cancer with fewer side effects than traditional methods.
Should women get colonoscopies? What about people who aren’t having symptoms? Our cancer doctors explain.