Nearly 7 years ago I did an analysis of clinical trials and found that 32% of trials allowed both male and female patients to enroll, as I wrote on this site and in a publication, […]
Welcome to October – the month we think more about breast cancer than usual. This is a quick post and appeal to my regular readers and a welcome to first time visitors. I have written […]
Story: Is Male Breast Cancer Overlooked in Clinical Trials? – The ASCO Post I want to thank the ASCO Post for running this story – it is much appreciated!
Yesterday I was honored to speak at a session on Clinical Trials at the annual meeting of the American Society of Breast Surgeons in Dallas. Dr. Deanna Attai, the President of ASBrS and a breast […]
The observation published in JAMA Surgery that prophylactic contralateral mastectomies are on the rise in men with breast cancer made a lot of news recently, including on major outlets like Newsweek and the Washington Post. […]
Honored to be mentioned in a great story on male breast cancer in Vice magazine by Naomi Melati Bishop via Men Have Breasts Too: My Dad’s Pink-Hued Fight with Breast Cancer | Motherboard.
Thank you to Dr. Stacey Loeb (@LoebStacy of @NYUDocs) for the chance to participate in a segment on male breast cancer on Doctor Radio tonight. Thank you also to @DrAttai for a chance to appear […]
Dear Readers, Somewhat unusually, I am appealing directly to you to consider supporting the American Association for Cancer Research’s Bardos Award for undergrads. Simply put, it is a great mechanism to bring the best and […]
Honored to have guestpost “#MaleBreastCancer: Facts and a Personal Perspective” on @DrAttai ‘s site #bcsm http://ow.ly/EMwId
Today I had the chance to speak at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), on social media and clinical trials. ASCO is probably the premier clinical cancer meeting in the […]