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OncoLink's Blogs give our readers a chance to react to and comment on key cancer news topics and provides a forum for OncoLink Experts and readers to share opinions and learn from each other.
Don't Assume You Understand
by Bob Riter
July 29, 2015


Homeopathy: What You Should Know
by The 4Wholeness Team
July 22, 2015


OncoLink Survey: Do you have a Personal Emergency Kit?
by OncoLink Editorial Team
July 20, 2015


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Novel Pharmacological Activity for R-Ketorolac in Ovarian Cancer

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R-enantiomer enriched in peritoneal fluids, inhibits peritoneal cell GTPase activity


Revised Staging System Prognostic for Multiple Myeloma

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ISS plus chromosomal abnormalities, lactate dehydrogenase prognostic in multiple myeloma


Liquid Nicotine From E-Cigs Poses Poison Danger to Children

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Even small amounts of the chemical can cause serious illness, professor says



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Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey

Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey Please help us to better understand skin cream usage for patients who develop skin redness/irritation during radiation therapy. We are very interested in the opinions and experience of both patients and providers regarding skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions. Your participation in this survey would be much appreciated.


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I Wish U Knew!

I Wish U Knew is a video series featuring oncology professionals and survivors discussing what they wish patients and the public knew about cancer.

Dr. Hill-Kayser talks about working in oncology care and how her line of work can be particularly rewarding.
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