Where you live and how much money you make affects your likelihood of surviving cancer

Elizabeth Wayne, Ph.D. When we talk about cancer research we are probably just thinking about scientists in lab coats, gloves, and safety goggles looking at test tubes full of cancer cells. While this is true, cancer research doesn’t just happen in a test tube or broadly, in a laboratory. The practice of studying cancer from …

New frontiers in breast cancer management

Tamara Vital Over the last several decades, the survival rate for most kinds of breast cancer have increased due to earlier detection, new targeted therapies, and combination treatment modalities. As we’ve discussed before at Oncobites, cancer is not a single disease. It turns out that multiple distinct subtypes exist even within the category of “breast …