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How to spot the symptoms of pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors so your patients can receive the right treatment.
Learn about the latest treatment innovations for pancreatic adenocarcinoma and how these innovations have extended survival.
Robotic bronchoscopy uses flexible robotics that enable new possibilities in endoscopy. Karen L. Swanson, D.O., pulmonologist at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, shares the latest on robotic bronchoscopy and looks ahead to what this means for lung cancer.
Experts from Mayo Clinic's Head and Neck Cancer Center discuss the latest discoveries in HPV-related oropharynx cancers and the importance of spotting symptoms to ensure your patient receives the tests needed to diagnose and treat the cancer.
Sean J. Pittock, M.D., an autoimmune neurologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses a newly discovered autoimmune disease that appears to affect men with testicular cancer.
Shanda Blackmon, M.D., M.P.H., professor of surgery and thoracic surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, shares how to use 3D modeling for CT surgery.
Shanda Blackmon, M.D., M.P.H., professor of surgery and thoracic surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, shares a case presentation on hybrid Pancoast tumor resection.
Shanda Blackmon, M.D., M.P.H., professor of surgery and thoracic surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, shares a case presentation on VATS left lower lobectomy in the setting of multiple lung lesions.
Travis E. Grotz, M.D. discusses stomach (gastric) cancer risks, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, staging, and treatments including hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) and immunotherapy.
Bradley C. Leibovich, M.D., a urologic surgeon specializing in the treatment of kidney cancer at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses the symptoms that patients with kidney tumors may — or may not — experience, as well as treatment ...
There are many options available to treat recurrent ovarian cancer, even if it has recurred more than once. Recurrence is common in patients with ovarian cancer.
Women who are obese are six times more likely to develop endometrial cancer than women who maintain a healthy weight. Amanika Kumar, M.D., discusses the relationship between obesity and endometrial cancer and treatment to ensure long-term, ...