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A family physician diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Brian Koffman cofounded the CLL Society. He lives in Claremont, California.
Everyone with cancer deserves state-of-the-art care and a chance to live the best life possible.
Alexandra-Chloé Villani, PhD, and her team tackle a perplexing issue—the adverse side effects of immunotherapy drugs.
Recommendations from The National Foundation for Cancer Research
Seeding—the transfer of tumor cells from a dislodged biopsy needle—is not impossible but very rare.
Michael Whitley, 43, has a can-do attitude that helps him navigate a complex path through metastatic kidney cancer.
The pioneering Black dancer and colon cancer survivor is enthusiastic about new guidelines to start colorectal screening at age 45.
Cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s would be the initial focus for the proposed agency within the National Institutes of Health.
Health equity advocate Karen Winkfield, MD, MPH, works to enroll more underserved people with cancer in lifesaving clinical trials.
In an exclusive interview for Cancer Health, Jarett Andretti carries on the colon cancer screening campaign his father John Andretti began.
Cardiologist Michael Fradley, MD, is the medical director of the Penn Medicine Cardio-Oncology Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Since her mother died of pancreatic cancer, actress Keesha Sharp wants to teach others about the robust research on the disease’s treatment.
A new resource for survivors helps guide life after cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Ann Ogden Gaffney never set out to launch a cooking website for people living with cancer.
The Colon Cancer Foundation seeks new ways to keep people free from colorectal cancer. An interview with the new president, Cindy Borassi.
COVID-19 vaccines may be somewhat less effective for people on active treatment, but they should still get vaccinated. And it’s very safe.
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