In every issue, you’ll find cutting-edge health information and the hottest topics of interest to people with cancer and their loved ones.
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Florence Kurttila brings a patient’s insights to the world of colon cancer research.
An ostomy is an abdominal opening created by surgery that diverts bodily waste into an external bag or pouch.
A new breed of patient advocate is reshaping the future of cancer research.
People currently living with cancer, survivors and their loved ones can all be effective advocates.
Wellness for Cancer is a spa for people living with cancer.
Social media connects people with cancer. But it can also be factually unreliable and unsupportive.
Check out these cancer websites.
Exposure to natural light or bright light therapy can lead to well-needed rest among people with cancer.
Kadcyla reduces the risk of breast cancer recurring and spreading after surgery.
Women who had breast-conserving surgery rather than mastectomy report better quality of life.
A third of patients taking neoadjuvant Opdivo for inoperable advanced liver cancer had complete responses in an early analysis.
The cancer death rate dropped by 27 percent over 25 years.
Cabometyx is the third liver cancer drug approved in the past six months.
Cancer organizations and the Food and Drug Administration want to broaden eligibility criteria for cancer clinical trials.
Imbruvica plus Gazyva is the first chemotherapy-free regimen for chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Chelsea Dawson, an eight-year melanoma survivor, lives with her family in Roanoke, Virginia.
Cancer and its treatment can lead to changes that affect sexual desire and function.
Brain fog can have many causes including cancer itself and different types of treatment.
Adam Hayden is a 36-year-old philosopher, advocate and writer who lives in Indianapolis with his wife and three sons.
Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, is director of the Adult Survivorship Program at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Here are eight second opinion tips.
Products that will put a spring in your step
Here are some groups and programs to help ease the transition from treatment to survivorship.
Diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer in 2016 at age 29, Jen Hodson turned to social media to cope.
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