There are myriad strategies for combating cancer, but the simple answer lies in screenings; early detection can significantly improve a patient’s odds for survival. The politics around screenings, however, are far from a straightforward equation of screening plus early detection equals a long, happy, healthy life.
Experts at the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences are available to comment on stories around Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Experts are available to comment on “stage 0” breast cancer diagnosis, personalized medicine, survivorship, trends in breast cancer care and treatment, and more.
The George Washington University (GW) is pleased to welcome Edward Seto, Ph.D., an internationally recognized scientist and leader in the field of cancer epigenetics. He will serve as the associate director for basic sciences in the newly established GW Cancer Center. The GW Cancer Center incorporates all cancer related activities taking place at GW, the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, GW Hospital, and the GW Medical Faculty Associates, and will serve as a platform for future development of cancer initiatives.