How prostate cancer education benefits the whole community – an interview with Ana Fadich of Men’s Health Network

How prostate cancer education benefits the whole community – an interview with Ana Fadich of Men’s Health Network

Hundreds of men have attended educational talks as part of a program of pro ...
Social media focus: Getting America talking about bladder health

Social media focus: Getting America talking about bladder health

November was Bladder Health Month, an initiative launched by the Bladder He ...
Research rundown: turning your smartphone into a microscope

Research rundown: turning your smartphone into a microscope

The claim Scientists have released an open-source how-to guide which will a ...
Helping pediatric cancer patients stay active and informed – an interview with C3 Grand Prize Winner Hernâni Oliveira

Helping pediatric cancer patients stay active and informed – an interview with C3 Grand Prize Winner Hernâni Oliveira

Developing the HOPE PROJECT to help children with cancer stay active and in ...
The power of collaboration for improving patient care

The power of collaboration for improving patient care

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest panelists and ...
Research rundown: How to get patients to share electronic health records

Research rundown: How to get patients to share electronic health records

The claim  Healthcare professionals need to address patients’ privacy co ...
2017 in review: stories of inspiration

2017 in review: stories of inspiration

From hiking in the dark to changing laws, it’s been a fantastic year for ...
The Astellas C3 Prize – going beyond treatment to address real unmet needs for patients living with cancer

The Astellas C3 Prize – going beyond treatment to address real unmet needs for patients living with cancer

Cancer rates are growing at an alarming pace around the world, with the lat ...
Research rundown: survey of older US adults shows few speaking to their doctor about possible drug interactions

Research rundown: survey of older US adults shows few speaking to their doctor about possible drug interactions

The claim Only a third of older Americans who take at least one prescriptio ...