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Spoiler: they’re not all that different than ways you would support other cancer survivors.
Although we’ve seen progress in recent years related to childhood cancer, there continue to be gaps where more effort could be beneficial.
Studies show that racial inequalities still exist despite great advances in breast cancer treatment options.
Launched this month, TINA en español is an animated virtual health care provider helping patients and caregivers during chemo.
Having cancer taught me to try to find as much joy where you can get it.
When we take care of our prostate health, we give ourselves the best chance to prevent and control prostate cancer.
I understand how people dealing with a cancer diagnosis are incredibly overwhelmed with information.
Clearly, we’re still missing many opportunities to save lives.
We know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. and it can be costly, disfiguring, and even deadly.
Responding to the increasing incidence of liver cancer in the United States
About a year after Aunt Pat’s death, I started the process of collecting my family’s health history, and shared it with my doctor.
There are many unsung heroes along a patient’s cancer journey, and patient navigators are some of them.
People who smoke at the time they are diagnosed with cancer should quit; if only it was that easy.
This campaign, led by NCCRT and supported by hundreds of organizations across the country, focuses on bringing down barriers to screening.
Lisa Richardson of the CDC reflects on how far we’ve come in lowering the number of cancer cases and deaths.
We have heard again and again that women are eager for more information, not less. And they want to do everything they can to stay healthy.
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