Message from a Patient: Whole Genome Sequencing Not Clinical Yet

“Message from a Patient: Whole Genome Sequencing Not Clinical Yet.” Interview with Jay and Joe Lake, Mendelspod.com).

Jay Lake is a sci-fi writer and compulsive blogger. He is also a patient. Jay blogs often about his daily medical experiences and has built up a large following in addition to his sci-fi fan base. Jay recounts . . . → Read More: Message from a Patient: Whole Genome Sequencing Not Clinical Yet

Study: Advanced Cancer Patients Mistakenly Believe Chemotherapy is Curative

“Advanced Patients Mistakenly Believe Chemo is Curative.” By Lindsey Heather, Oncology Times

The majority of patients with advanced lung or advanced colorectal cancer—69 and 81 percent, respectively—mistakenly believe that chemotherapy can cure their disease, according to a new study by the Cancer Care Outcomes Research and Surveillance Consortium (CanCORS), published in the New England Journal . . . → Read More: Advanced Patients Mistakenly Believe Chemo is Curative