4 new projects that will help lower confusion about Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS)
Ever take a bunch of facts and turn them into something readable? For real people? From many dry scientific journals? When sources disagree? Vehemently? That is exactly what UCSF researchers Thea Tlsty, PhD, Philippe Gascard, PhD, and I did. Here is what we learned in order to help make sense out of a major worry for women. … Continue reading 6 Ways to Turn Data into a Good Read
When it's called "Ductal Carcinoma In Situ" - also known as DCIS, Stage 0 or pre-invasive breast cancer, and other names too. DCIS is confusing. Some call it an early form of breast cancer while others want 'carcinoma' taken out of the name because it is NOT cancer. The debate heated up (again), based on some new … Continue reading When is ‘Carcinoma’ not Cancer?