Cancer treatment news from American Society of Clinical Oncology's annual meetingPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- There could be a new drug on the horizon for skin cancer. Researchers say they might have found a way to slow the growth of ovarian cancer. And the removal of lymph node might not extend the lives of breast cancer patients.
Those are just a few of the headline coming from the American Society of Clinical Oncology's annual meeting.
Dr. George Sledge discusses those findings and other cancer treatment news with Kaley O'Kelley.