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Terminal brain cancer prompted Catherine Wreford Ledlow to return to the stage, with determination and grit.
For people who are newly diagnosed or undergoing active treatment, there is little specific dietary guidance, but new evidence is emerging.
Cancer Health editor Trent Straube introduces the spring 2023 issue, including articles on treatments, exercise, clinical trials and more.
All alcoholic drinks—even wine—are carcinogenic.
Manly barriers and promising access via mail-in tests for colorectal screenings.
Andy Taylor, Tim Commerford, Jamie Raskin and Martina Navratilova make cancer headlines.
“I can imagine that my children will see me grow as I see them grow. I can imagine that I can get through this."
An ASCO survey shows that prior authorization is more than a massive inconvenience in cancer care—it’s actually harmful.
Check out these promising breast cancer studies.
Check out these advances in blood cancer research and treatment.
Newly FDA-approved drugs for ovarian, bladder, liver cancer, and more.
Cancer patients who engaged in regular moderate exercise had a greater diversity of bacteria in their intestines and reduced inflammation.
Unlike custom-made vaccines, those that target common cancer antigens could be available off the shelf.
Treatment can improve quality of life for people with advanced breast cancer.
Cancer insight by Talaya Dendy, a board-certified patient advocate, cancer doula and podcaster. She’s also a Hodgkin lymphoma thriver.
Chase Griffith, 46, lives in Dallas with his wife and two sons. He has metastatic chromophobe renal cell carcinoma.
Wanda Zimmer, 67, a retired flight attendant, lives in Newport Beach, California. She has chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).
Clinical trials are scientific studies of experimental treatments. Here’s how to find one that might be right for you.
Kami Pullakhandam is a clinical research coordinator at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Breast Care Center.
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For many cancer survivors, weight gain is an unwelcome side effect. But incorporating healthy lifestyle habits can help.
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