DCIS breast cancer: Not every woman needs surgery

by Patricia B. Wehner, MD, Breast Surgical Oncologist
October 09, 2018

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is the earliest form of breast cancer. DCIS is confined to the milk ducts of…

3 questions and answers for mammograms

by Ami A. Chitalia, MD, Hematologist and Medical Oncologist
October 02, 2018

A mammogram is an imaging test used to screen the breast tissue for breast cancer, which affects about one in…

Penicillin allergy testing: Why it’s important to know the facts

by Anjali Majumdar, MD, Infectious Diseases Specialist
September 28, 2018

Antibiotics are among the most effective treatments for bacterial infections, and our go-to option often is penicillin. But up to…

How we use PET-CT scans to find more cancer faster than ever

by Carlos Alberto Garcia, MD, Medical Director, Nuclear Medicine
September 25, 2018

PET-CT  (positron emission tomography and computed tomography) often is referred to as the gold standard of cancer imaging. This tool…

From surgery to radioactive iodine and beyond: Hope for patients with thyroid cancer

by Sarika N. Rao, DO, Oncologic Endocrinologist
September 18, 2018

Most patients respond well to standard therapies for thyroid cancer. The five-year survival rate is more than 98 percent, and…

Why I stand behind digital rectal exams for prostate cancer screening

by Ross Krasnow, MD, MPH, Urologic Oncologist
September 04, 2018

“You want to put your finger where? Why? Do you really need to do that?” I’ve heard many men say…