Keyword: American Society of Clinical Oncology
A coalition has urged Congress to ensure that Medicaid patients are guaranteed coverage to participate in potentially life-saving clinical trials.
CMS rolled out a new initiative to enable states to convert Medicaid funding for certain populations into a block grant.
While the dangers of cigarette smoking are well known, over 40% of adults who smoke do not receive advice to quit from a healthcare professional.
There’s a growing shortage of oncologists in the U.S., one that particularly poses risks to women’s health, according to a new study.
Recent studies indicate that AI has the potential to improve the way clinicians treat cancer, according to IBM Watson Health.
Medicaid expansion may have significantly reduced racial disparities in access to earlier ovarian cancer treatment, according to a new study.
Increased scrutiny around industry payments to oncologists appears to have done little to stymie those relationships, a new study found.
As doctors welcome the CDC’s clarification of its opioid guideline, the authors of that guideline say medical professionals had misapplied the recommendations.
Under pressure from healthcare experts, the CDC has clarified the controversial federal guideline for prescribing opioids.
Medical and patient advocacy groups launched an ad campaign to oppose a proposal they say will restrict patient access to prescription drugs.