Colorectal cancer has long been thought of as an older person’s disease, however, people being diagnosed are getting younger and younger. John L. Marshall, MD, a medical oncologist at Georgetown University in Washington, District of Columbia said that nearly half of his patients with colorectal cancer are under the age of 50.
At AHA 2016, Poushali Mukherjea, PhD, Bristol-Myers Squibb, discusses 12 abstracts on new real-world data and subanalyses from the pivotal trial ARISTOTLE.
As the field of medical ethics continues to expand, its use can be seen in everything from general medical conditions to end of life considerations.
As more men and women who served their country come home their skills can be put to good use in the medical community. Finding those veterans and reservists and getting them the training they need can make all the difference in their life out of uniform.