Skip to main content

COVID-19 Topic Center

Oncology News

Self-reported exposure to Agent Orange was significantly associated with an increased risk of head and neck cancer, according to a study involving 8.9 million US veterans of the Vietnam War. Researchers published their findings in the journal Oral Oncology. “Since its use as an herbicidal agent in…
Patients with monoclonal gammopathy had a higher likelihood of progressing to multiple myeloma if they had past exposure to Agent Orange, a mixture of herbicides used during the Vietnam War. Researchers published the finding, based on data from 211 patients at the John D. Dingell Veterans Affairs…
The use of appropriate treatments for US veterans with breast cancer can be improved through the use of the 21-gene RS test, according to a study was presented at the ISPOR 21st Annual International Meeting (May 21-25, 2016; Washington, DC). The number of female veterans seeking breast cancer care…
Back to Top