Gastric cancer screening could be cost-effective in high-risk racial and ethnic groups in the US, according to a new modeling study. READ MORE
Gastric cancer screening could be cost-effective in high-risk racial and ethnic groups in the US, according to a new modeling study.
A National Cancer Database analysis revealed racial and ethnic disparities in patients with gastric cancer in the use of preoperative chemotherapy and in outcomes.
Regional variation exists in the treatment costs for patients with curative gastric cancer despite guidelines promoting appropriate care and health care delivery.
The adoption of evidence-based surgical practices have influenced treatment patterns for gastric cancer in the United States.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network recently released updated guidelines for the management of multiple gastrointestinal cancers.
From January 18-20, the American Society of Clinical Oncology will be hosting its Annual Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium in San Francisco, California. The meeting will highlight some of the largest updates in multidisciplinary care for gastrointestinal cancers, both in the local practice and global settings.