ESMO 2014 Congress News Coverage

Experts gathered in Madrid, Spain for the 2014 European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress to discuss advances in cancer research.
Can Chemo Be Safe for Patients Who Are Pregnant?

Women who are diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy have had tough decisions. Will the baby be safe? Should they delay treatment? Dr. Frederic Amant discusses a new study.

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New Drug Improves Treatment for Nausea and Vomiting During Chemo

Nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy affects many cancer patients. New research released at the ESMO congress in Madrid shows a new medicine can last longer and bring relief to more patients.

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Breakthrough New Medicine to Help Cancer Patients Gain Weight

At the ESMO congress in Madrid, cancer experts discussed a new medicine that can significantly help advanced cancer patients gain weight and reverse the loss of lean body mass that often is a sign of severe debilitation.

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Two Monoclonal Antibodies Used Together Help Women With Advanced Breast Cancer

Combining two monoclonal antibodies can significantly lengthen and improve the lives of women with advanced HER2 positive breast cancer, according to new research.

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The Positive New World of Treatments for Advanced Melanoma

Dr. Dirk Schadendorf from Germany is very excited about the latest study results in the treatment of melanoma and more medicines coming to help an even wider group of patients. He explains in this interview from the ESMO Congress in Madrid.

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