Continuing Medical Education For HCPs

Staying updated with the latest advancements in cancer health is essential for healthcare professionals. Our Continuing Medical Education (CME) resources offer in-depth insights into the evolving landscape of oncology. Explore a range of educational materials designed to empower medical professionals with the knowledge needed to offer the best possible care to patients dealing with cancer. Stay informed about the latest treatment approaches, research findings, and innovative therapies.

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Geriatric Communication Skills Training Program for Oncology Clinicians

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the effects of a training program designed to help doctors communicate better with older patients and their caregivers. ...

Condition: GI Cancer


Autologous Patch Healing vs. Secondary Intention Healing After Mohs Micrographic Surgery

The primary objects of this study is to explore the potential effect of the autologous patch to optimize wound healing after skin cancer surgery with Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) in the face in a r ...

Condition: Skin Cancer


Community Support Program for Lung Cancer Screening

The research study aims to create a program for lung cancer screening attendance ...

Condition: Lung Cancer



Return to work, work productivity loss and activity impairment in Chinese breast cancer survivors 12-month post-surgery: a longitudinal study

Introduction: Existing evidence of returning-to-work (RTW) after cancer comes predominately from Western settings, with none prospectively examined since the initial diagnostic phase. This study prosp


Endocrine disrupting chemical Bisphenol A and its association with cancer mortality: A prospective cohort study of NHANES

Introduction: There is evidence suggesting that Bisphenol A (BPA) is associated with increased all-cause mortality in adults. However, the specific nature of the relationship between BPA exposure and


Concept mapping sociocultural aspects of cervical cancer prevention among African American women

Introduction: For African American women in Houston, cervical cancer mortality is disproportionate to their racial and ethnic counterparts. Most notably, lack of human papillomavirus (HPV) screening a



Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Non-surgical treatment options for patients with rectal cancer

Surgery is the standard of care for rectal cancer, and radiotherapy is typically given in advanced rectal cancer. Arthur Myint, MBBS ...


Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Colorectal Cancer With Latest updated Guideline.

This video contains the latest points on screening from the latest updated guidelines. Each section is reviewed and taken from the ...


Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Nuclear medicine revolutionizing cancer care

A therapy using a radioactive substance is used to treat certain types of neuroendocrine tumors.