Overall death rates from cancer declined from 2000 through 2009 in the United States, maintaining a trend seen since the early 1990s. Among men, the overall rate of cancer incidence fell by an average of 0.6 percent annually from 2000 through 2009. Cancer incidence rates were stable among women during the same time period and rose by 0.6 percent per year among children.
Ask experts to predict the future of cancer screening, and you’ll get a range of answers. But all would agree that we need better ways to detect cancers early in the course of disease, and these new tools should improve on the benefits of screening while limiting the harms.
Runners, walkers, volunteers and other supporters will be treated to a post-event celebration featuring a tribute to ovarian-cancer survivors, complimentary refreshments and other freebies, music, a random prize drawing, and distribution of the overall race awards.
What do you do when you’ve finished treatment?How do you coordinate your ongoing care with your primary care doc? How do you keep track of your medical records and get the right information to the right people about what you’ve been through? Gilda’s Club has some answers.
Seattle’s Swedish Medical Center will open a new cancer center that will provide services tailored specifically for women — next Tuesday, June 5th. The 23,600-square-foot True Family Women’s Cancer Center will occupy the fifth and sixth floor of the medical center’s Arnold Pavilion at 1221 Madison on Swedish’s First Hill campus. The goal is to [...]
Deaths from cancer in the U.S. declined from 1999 to 2008, maintaining a trend seen since the early 1990s. Mortality fell for most cancer types, including the four most common types of cancer in the United States — lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate –, although the rate of decline varied by cancer type and across racial and ethnic groups.
UW researchers Dr. Lupe Salazar and Dr. John Liao among the grant recipients.
Talks at Gilda’s Club Seattle in January: “Reducing your cancer risk”, “Ask the Doctor: Gynecologic Cancers” and “Breast Cancer Screening: Why One Size Doesn’t Fit All”.
UW Medicine scientists will discuss the latest research on cancer vaccines and provide updates on breast and ovarian cancer research projects taking place in Seattle
The Martha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research at Swedish Medical Center is hosting its 2010 Ovarian Cancer Research Symposium in Seattle, October 28-29.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center study.