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For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with Jessica Settle about her experience of being diagnosed…

Dryness of the mouth and eyes are known side effects of some anticancer treatments. In the open-access article “Sjögren’s Syndrome…

Feminizing adrenocortical tumors are an extremely rare type of cancer that develops in the adrenal glands. In the open-access article…

Flukes are parasitic flatworms that can infect mammals, including humans. In the review article “Biliary Parasitic Diseases Associated with Hepatobiliary…

As pathology is a largely unknown field in medicine, we are glad that Dr José Cândido Xavier Jr., a specialist…

Does drinking sugary drinks lead to cancer of the digestive system? Studies have been completed to find an answer to…

As pathology is a largely unknown field in medicine, we are glad that Dr José Cândido Xavier Jr., a specialist…

Pathology (from Greek pathos (πάθος) = experience or suffering and -logia (-λογία) = study of) plays a significant role in…

A colorectal polyp is a small clump of cells that forms on the lining of the colon or rectum, and…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with Dr Erik Briers, MS PhD about current screening…

This is the seventh and last part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts…

This is the sixth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the fifth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the fourth part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

The use of biologically-based complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) by patients with long-term health conditions is increasing. In the research…

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is a slow-growing type of blood cancer and the most common form of leukemia in adults….

This is the third part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the second part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the first part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

The endometrium is the inner lining of the uterus. Endometrial cancer occurs when malignant cells grow in the tissue of…

Cholangiocarcinoma is a type of cancer that is exceedingly rare in children and, as a result, there is no standard…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke again with Dr Anne-Marie Baird, who currently serves as…

Malnutrition is a very common problem for people who have cancer, even before diagnosis. It can lead to loss of…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast for World Melanoma Day on May 1, 2023, as well as…

Copper and zinc are essential trace nutrients that play important roles in the body. In the open-access case report “Copper…

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast on Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in March, we spoke with Stephen Rowley….

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast on Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in March, we spoke with Stephen Rowley….

For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with Dr Anne-Marie Baird, who currently serves as the…

Some low-risk prostate cancers can be monitored by “active surveillance”, but the correct identification of patients with low-risk cancer at…

This is the eleventh part of our series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…