In a Dutch study, each doubling of urine albumin excretion was significantly associated with a 7% increase in overall cancer risk.
Measuring lymphocytes during or after radiotherapy could provide useful information about infection risk, according to researchers.
Findings demonstrated that all smoking histories were tied to a higher prevalence of bladder and lung cancer.
The efficacy of many combination therapies may be due to independent drug action, not synergistic or additive effects.
A study examined the rates of postoperative complications and death following surgery for colorectal, lung, gastric, and breast cancer.
Cancer incidence is relatively high among kidney transplant recipients with allograft survival times longer than 20 years.
A recent study examined the effect of neighborhood and individual socioeconomic deprivation on overall and cancer-specific survival among patients with prostate, breast, lung, and colorectal cancer.
Recent studies showed associations between quality of life scores and survival in lung and prostate cancer as well as renal cell carcinoma.