National Academy of Medicine

Breast Cancer Management in the TAILORx Era: Less is More

  Introduction Breast cancer is the most common malignancy among women in the United States, with over 260,000 new cases and over 40,000 de
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Moving Research Into Practice: Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Weight Management for Cancer Patients and Survivors

  During and after treatment, cancer patients and survivors suffer from a range of
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Cancer Prevention and Control: Then and Now

Controlling or reducing the risk for cancer was a principal goal of the National Cancer Act, signed by President Nixon in 1971. Long before the human genome w
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Transformation: My Experience as a Patient and an Advocate in Three Chapters

On three separate occasions, I have heard the words, “You have cancer.” Each of these moments came at a very different point
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Daring to Change for Better Health, Partnerships, and Business

Now in its third year of data disclosure, the Physician Payments Sunshine Act has helped demystify financial connections between two critica
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Personalized Medicine: Innovation to Clinical Execution

With personalized medicine, researchers use extremely sophisticated data analysis to separate a large population of people who u
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