What’s new for the most common cancers among men?
More effective cancer treatments are ongoing goals in medicine. Labs and research trials continue to identify new strategies that help treat cancer earlier and improve outcomes. So, what has sparked the most interest lately in the areas of prostate, lung, and colon cancer—the most common cancers among men?
For insight, we turned to three oncologists from the Harvard-affiliated Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to share what stands out in their respective fields. The experts are Dr. Alicia Morgans, a genitourinary oncologist; Dr. Jacob Sands, a thoracic oncologist; and Dr. Chris Manz, a gastrointestinal oncologist. Here’s what they had to say.
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Matthew Solan, Executive Editor, Harvard Men's Health Watch
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