Two studies demonstrate that some cancer patients may avoid therapy.

According to two studies looking for quicker, softer cancer care, some cancer patients may safely avoid radiation .

A blood test was used in a new trial to assess whether individuals with colon cancer may avoid chemotherapy following surgery.

Another study claims that following a lumpectomy, certain low-risk breast cancer patients may avoid radiation.

The findings were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology's annual conference, which ended Tuesday in Chicago.

The colon cancer research, which was supported by the Australian and US governments as well as nonprofit organizations.

Dr. Stacey Cohen of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, who reviewed the colon cancer findings but was not involved in the research.

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