Clinical Updates

Each month, the ICON Clinical Team offers doctors the latest clinical updates and recommendations for diagnosing and treating cancer.

Cervical Cancer Control in HIV infected woman past, present and future

We know that the incidence of both cervical dysplasia and neoplasia is significantly increased in HIV-infected women, and the prognosis is worse compared with HIV-uninfected women (Dryden-Peterson S, Bvochora-Nsingo M, Suneja G, Efstathiou JA et al. HIV Infection and Survival Among Women With Cervical Cancer. J Clin Oncol. 2016 Nov 1; 34(31): 3749–3757).

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The ICON Clinical Team introduces the Royal College of Radiologists Radiotherapy Dose Fractionation 2nd Edition that was published in December 2016

The Faculty of Clinical Oncology of the Royal College of Radiologists published a comprehensive review on evidence-base Radiotherapy Dose Fractionation in December 2016.

Read more The ICON Clinical Team introduces the Royal College of Radiologists Radiotherapy Dose Fractionation 2nd Edition that was published in December 2016