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Oncology remains one of the most challenging fields in healthcare. While innovative therapy approaches have brought new hope for many, implications of the disease reach well beyond treatment: Medical expertise and empathy are needed in equal parts to help patients face the hardships, such as treatment side-effects and the limited availability of cancer care due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Article • Gender inequalities

Breaking the bias: a woman’s perspective of cancer research

In an online event to mark International Women’s Day, five women at various stages of their careers in cancer care discussed the hurdles they had to overcome – often because of their gender – and their determination to succeed.

Article • Patient Reported Outcomes

Going “PRO” to advance cancer treatment

Involving cancer patients more closely in the treatment pathway can modify care and deliver better outcomes. Carefully designed questionnaires and treatment response monitoring are helping clinicians take therapies to a new level.

Article • Clinical computational tools

Managing cancer more effectively

Computational approaches are being applied on enormous amounts of data from sequencing technologies to develop tools to help clinicians manage cancer more effectively.

News • Companion treatment

Magnetic therapy to enhance breast cancer chemotherapy

A team of researchers from Singapore has developed a novel magnetic therapy that serves as an effective companion therapy to chemotherapy to enhance treatment outcome for breast cancer.

Article • Advances in cancer risk assessment and prevention

French oncologists pick up the pace after pandemic time-out

Personalised screening, data-driven aproaches: In a dedicated press conference in Paris, French oncologists presented promising research that might bring hope for many cancer patients.

Article • Patient communication in oncology

“Be accepted”: A new tool to support radiologists and female cancer patients

Informing a patient about a cancer diagnosis is never an easy task. An Austrian patient has developed a solution that will help radiologists break the bad news as smoothly as possible and guide women through their patient journey.

News • Machine learning vs. NSCLC

AI to improve post-treatment surveillance of lung cancer patients

Artificial intelligence (AI) could help guide the post-treatment surveillance of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients and improve outcomes as a result, according to a new study.


Article • Workspace, management, research

Women in healthcare

Article • Technology overview

Artificial intelligence (AI)


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