Pediatric oncologists must sometimes call in authorities, or ask themselves whether the care they're providing is doing more harm than good.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
Some clinical trial experiences are so terrible, it's "almost as bad as dealing with Comcast or the worst airline."
Sometimes, a cancer patient's best chance is getting into a clinical trial. But finding the right one can be as hard as finding an IV in a haystack.
Newsweek's editor-in-chief introduces our annual issue on the fight against cancer.
"I'm pissed and you're pissed, and that's kind of cool, because we can be pissed together."
More than 15.5 million Americans are alive today with a history of cancer, but at least 60% suffer long-term sexual problems post-treatment.