New study presents evidence for ‘tough conversations’ around racism in access to cancer care

New research in the November 2022 issue of JNCCN—Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network has examined whether people with ovarian cancer were being treated based on very specific recommendations regarding comprehensive staging surgery and the recommended minimum cycles of systemic therapy from evidence-based, expert consensus NCCN Guidelines. The findings showed clear disparities based on […]

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Night owls show enhanced fear acquisition, which may increase the risk of developing anxiety

A new study shows that the higher vulnerability of evening chronotype individuals (individuals with the propensity to be more productive at night or at dawn) to anxiety and related disorders may be mediated by altered emotional learning. Chronotypes are our circadian preference profiles; that is, they refer to the differences in performance that each person […]

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