Surgery for Ovarian Cancer | E-Cigs | Nicotine Withdrawal, 01/19/2022

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Cancer Information Highlights
From the National Cancer Institute
Updating you about cancer causes, prevention, screening, treatment, coping, and more
New from NCI
When Ovarian Cancer Returns, Surgery May Be a Good Choice for Some
SET THIS ALT TEXT   For people with recurrent ovarian cancer who meet strict criteria, surgery may improve survival. Learn more about the research on surgery for ovarian cancer that comes back after treatment.
FDA Oversight of E-Cigarettes Gathers Speed
SET THIS ALT TEXT   Companies that want to market e-cigarettes in the United States must now submit applications to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In this interview, Mitch Zeller, director of FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, provides insights into FDA actions on e-cigarettes.
Handling Nicotine Withdrawal and Triggers When You Decide to Quit

This updated page explains the physical and emotional effects of nicotine withdrawal and describes ways to help deal with them when you try to quit tobacco. Also, learn how to spot and respond to triggers.
Should CAR T-Cell Therapy Be Used Earlier in People with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL)?

Results from three clinical trials have found that CAR T cells may be better than standard treatments for people with B-cell NHL that has not responded to treatment or has returned after treatment.

PDQ Updates
Black Cohosh

Black cohosh is a complementary therapy for menopausal symptoms caused by treatment for breast cancer. This new summary describes how black cohosh is used in people with cancer and what studies of the dietary supplement have shown.
Vulvar Cancer Treatment

We’ve updated our summary on vulvar cancer treatment with revisions to the section that describes the stages of this disease.
Also of Interest
Off-Label Drug Use in Cancer Treatment

Off-label drugs are often used in cancer treatment. Learn more about off-label drugs and why your doctor may prescribe them.
COVID-19: What People with Cancer Should Know

The COVID-19 situation in the United States continues to change, and so does advice from experts as they learn more. Learn the latest on how to protect yourself from COVID-19, and find advice on vaccine booster shots.
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