Presenting at the 2019 ASRM Scientific Congress & Expo, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania explored circulating androgen levels before and after cancer therapy, as well as sexual function.
From breast cancer to prostate cancer, the state of oncology care and how it will evolve.
There are several features in a woman’s personal or family history that should raise suspicion for potential involvement of an underlying genetic mutation and prompt genetic counseling/testing.
As they often serve as primary care providers, ob/gyns are uniquely positioned to help identify at-risk women before they develop cancer.
A new analysis tested the hypothesis that maternal anthropometric characteristics were associated with increased risk of subsequent childhood cancer development.
Two cases illustrate the importance of and challenges inherent in diagnosing this under-diagnosed hereditary cancer syndrome in your patients.