Cancer

National Press Foundation link: New Approaches for Prostate Cancer March 11, 2020

New Approaches for Prostate Cancer

In Treating Prostate Cancer, Researchers Seeking Less Invasive Method

National Press Foundation link: How to Ease Patient Suffering March 06, 2020

How to Ease Patient Suffering

For the Seriously Ill, Spiritual Care an Important, Often-Missing Ingredient

National Press Foundation link: Racial Disparities in Cancer March 06, 2020

Racial Disparities in Cancer

Latest Breakthrough Cancer Therapies Are Not Helping All

National Press Foundation link: Tips for Understanding Scientific Statistics March 05, 2020

Tips for Understanding Scientific Statistics

How Journalists Can Better Understand Scientific Studies

National Press Foundation link: Cancer Control in the U.S. March 04, 2020

Cancer Control in the U.S.

Understanding the Nation’s Uneven Efforts at Preventing Cancer

National Press Foundation link: Breakthrough Cancer Therapy March 04, 2020

Breakthrough Cancer Therapy

Pioneering Cancer Researcher Dr. Carl June Explains Latest on Immunotherapy

National Press Foundation link: Cancer by the Numbers March 04, 2020

Cancer by the Numbers

Latest Casualties in the War on Cancer

National Press Foundation link: Cost of Cancer Care March 03, 2020

Cost of Cancer Care

Journalists Can Help Ignite Debate on Cost of Breakthrough Cancer Drugs

National Press Foundation link: Half or More of All Cancers Could Be Prevented March 03, 2020

Half or More of All Cancers Could Be Prevented

Researchers Know Much More, But Public Messaging Lags

National Press Foundation link: Cancer Screening: Risks and Benefits March 03, 2020

Cancer Screening: Risks and Benefits

More Screening Doesn’t Necessarily Reduce Deaths. NIH Expert Explains Why.

National Press Foundation link: How Clinical Trials Are Built March 02, 2020

How Clinical Trials Are Built

NIH Breast Cancer Specialist Details Journey from Idea to Cure

National Press Foundation link: The Direction of Cancer Research March 02, 2020

The Direction of Cancer Research

Nation’s Top Cancer Doctor on the State of Research Today

National Press Foundation link: War on Cancer Falling Short March 02, 2020

War on Cancer Falling Short

Journalist Clifton Leaf Says Systemic Flaws Slow Progress in Curing Cancer

National Press Foundation link: Virtual Tour of Proton Beam Cancer Treatment February 22, 2016

Virtual Tour of Proton Beam Cancer Treatment

Radiation Treatment of the Future

National Press Foundation link: Accepting the End of Life January 20, 2015

Accepting the End of Life

Attention Still Needed For Counseling Those in their Final Days

National Press Foundation link: A Paradigm Shift in Cancer Treatment January 18, 2016

A Paradigm Shift in Cancer Treatment

‘Active Surveillance’ of Prostate Cancer Now an Accepted Clinical Strategy

National Press Foundation link: When Knowing Isn’t Helpful January 20, 2016

When Knowing Isn’t Helpful

Screening for Cancers Seems an Obvious Benefit. Is It?

National Press Foundation link: What are the Odds? January 20, 2016

What are the Odds?

When Analyzing Statistics, Journalists Often Miss the Mark

National Press Foundation link: Next New Thing in Cancer Therapy? January 19, 2016

Next New Thing in Cancer Therapy?

Epigenetics’ has Promise for Boosting Other Novel Cancer Treatments

National Press Foundation link: 14 Million New Cancer Cases a Year January 19, 2016

14 Million New Cancer Cases a Year

8.2 Million People Will Die

National Press Foundation link: New Technology in Cancer Research January 19, 2016

New Technology in Cancer Research

A New Technique for Attacking Cancer

National Press Foundation link: How Big Data can Help Treat Cancer January 18, 2016

How Big Data can Help Treat Cancer

At a Major Cancer Center, the Chief Analytics Officer Changes the Mindset

National Press Foundation link: Obesity Complicates Cancer January 18, 2016

Obesity Complicates Cancer

Health Officials Worry as Americans Put on the Pounds

National Press Foundation link: ‘Strange Glow’ and the Public’s Fear of Radiation January 18, 2016

‘Strange Glow’ and the Public’s Fear of Radiation

On Anniversary of Japanese Nuclear Accident, a Look Back at Its Impact

National Press Foundation link: A Breakthrough on the Cancer Front? January 18, 2016

A Breakthrough on the Cancer Front?

How Immunotherapy has Gone from Promise to Practice

National Press Foundation link: Escalating Cancer Drug Prices January 18, 2016

Escalating Cancer Drug Prices

How Drug Companies Set the Price of New Cancer Therapies

National Press Foundation link: The Science of Cancer Prevention January 18, 2016

The Science of Cancer Prevention

Where Do Journalists Fit In?

National Press Foundation link: Pediatric Cancers December 10, 2014

Pediatric Cancers

National Press Foundation link: Cost of Cancer December 10, 2014

Cost of Cancer

National Press Foundation link: HPV Vaccine December 10, 2014

HPV Vaccine

National Press Foundation link: Skin Cancer Treatment December 10, 2014

Skin Cancer Treatment