Research Aids Children With Slow-Growing Optic Pathway Brain Tumors
Michael Kaufman, Medical Journalist 8/18/2014 1
Some children with slow-growing brain tumors may soon be spared the effects of chemotherapy as a result of ongoing research conducted at Tel-Aviv Medical Center's Dana Children's ...
Unconventional Care: a Wine Bar for the Terminally Ill
Michelle Bragazzi, BS, RN 8/15/2014 1
Sipping a nice glass of wine is an ongoing tradition in many European countries, especially in France. So it comes as no surprise that one French medical center made the decision to ...
Cancer Screening of the Transgender Patient
Cathy Cole, RNC, NP, MPH, CHES, CBPN-IC 8/13/2014 5
A recent article posted in the Oncology Times discussed the screening and care of the transgender patient and how our current guidelines may need to be adapted to this population of ...
From Hollywood to Healthcare
Tambre Leighn, MA, CPC, ELI-MP, Founder & CEO, WellBeyondOrdinary.com 8/11/2014 5
In 1998, just as our amazing life together working in Hollywood was unfolding, my husband, Gary, was diagnosed with Hodgkin disease. Resources such as StupidCancer and Young ...
Understanding Adverse Drug Reactions in Cancer Care
Anne Booms, MeNsgPC, AOCN, CHPN, BCN, CWCN, CHN,CNN, MeNsgNP(Belgium), MHN(Belgium) 8/4/2014 2
I received an email last week to complete an Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) form for a patient with prostate cancer who required hospital admission because of possible side effects of ...