In some ways, the world of cancer treatments is a lot like the way it used to be, says Dr. Eric Ostrovsky, an infectious-disease specialist and head of the Center for Cancer Research and Treatment at the University of Southern California.
Ostrovsky is the director of the California Comprehensive Cancer Program.
He said cancer patients are still seeing a lot of new therapies, which often have little to no scientific evidence behind them.
“What they’re seeing are therapies that are not backed by evidence,” Ostrovesky said.
“If you take a cancer drug, the drug doesn’t get you cancer.” “
Ostrova said his organization is currently in the process of looking at how we could better protect the millions of patients who receive cancer drugs. “
If you take a cancer drug, the drug doesn’t get you cancer.”
Ostrova said his organization is currently in the process of looking at how we could better protect the millions of patients who receive cancer drugs.
“Cancer is a horrible disease, and we can’t stop the disease from happening,” he said.
But he said it’s important to get to the bottom of what causes cancer and to use the best possible treatments to reduce the chances of getting cancer.
He also said the world needs to focus on understanding the disease better and to develop better ways to treat it.
He suggested that we understand how it starts and how to treat and control it.
“The best way to reduce your risk of cancer is to learn how to stop it,” Ostrevsky said, adding that the best way is to treat the disease and not to wait for the right moment.
“It’s really important to understand how the disease starts.”
The Global Burden of Cancer study will look at the causes of cancer in the U.S. and worldwide.
The study will also look at how the country’s new anti-cancer drugs are affecting patients and the impact they have on the lives of cancer patients.
The Global Health Program at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, will be looking at the impact of the new cancer drugs on cancer-related deaths in the United States.
Researchers are also looking at new and older drugs in the hope of finding new ways to protect the people who receive them.
Cancer experts say the more people know about the causes and the effects of cancer, the better we can be able to help fight it.