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Volume 9, Issue 2, June 2020
 
Director's message: Our commitment to patients remains unchanged
Dr. Fonseca offers a message of hope and safety as Mayo Clinic Cancer Center adjusts to the coronavirus.
 
Features
 
COVID-19 accelerates telemedicine use in oncology practices
Mayo Clinic is expanding its technology to provide more virtual care services for higher-risk patients.
Mayo Clinic researchers study blood test to detect multiple cancers
Methylation-based screening offers a step forward in early detection of more than 50 types of cancer.
Olanzapine may help control nausea, vomiting in advanced cancer
Study participants reported improvements in vomiting, appetite and well-being while taking the drug.
Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes may offer clue to colorectal cancer survival
Study findings show that using routine tissue sections could help guide recommendations for chemotherapy.
Researchers ID microbiome signature in endometrial cancer
Their study shows that post-menopause, obesity and high vaginal pH alter the microbiome and increase risk.
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