Women who receive their first catch-up dose of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination at a younger age may obtain the most benefits in terms of cancer protection, according to a recent study.
Recent developments on CDK 4/6 trials in patients with oestrogen receptor-positive metastatic breast cancers (ER+ MBC) were reviewed at ESMO and ASCO 2017.
Role of comprehensive genomic profiling in personalized treatment
Teenagers and young adults living with perinatally acquired HIV (PaHIV) have a higher risk of developing malignancies and a higher all-cause mortality rate than their non-HIV-infected peers, according to a study from the UK.
The increased risk of prostate cancer, particularly early-onset prostate cancer, among subfertile men who undergo intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) does not appear to be due to the procedure, according to a nationwide, registry-based study from Sweden.
Adolescent and young adult female survivors of certain non-gynaecological cancers may have an elevated risk of infertility with parity playing a role in this risk, according to a study from Canada.
Women who undergo assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment for infertility appear to have an elevated risk of ovarian cancer, but the lack of long-term association suggests that detection bias as well as parity and cause of infertility may play roles and not ovarian stimulating hormones, according to a study from Denmark.