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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When Charlie Huang almost lost the chance at a lifesaving stem cell transplant for his acute myeloid leukemia, he vowed to help others.
Cancer survivors make awesome advocates, and the summer 2023 issue of Cancer Health profiles several inspiring figures.
The road map complements the Cancer Moonshot.
Don’t delay any of your screenings.
Women may be more vulnerable to the toxic effects of chemotherapy if they are treated in the morning.
HPV triggers abnormal cell growth that can lead to cancers of the cervix, anus, vulva, vagina, penis, mouth and throat.
HBV vaccination is now recommended for all infants, children and adults.
Delaying or skipping treatment let patients avoid side effects, such as urinary incontinence and sexual problems.
Read about the new research presented at the Society of Gynecologic Oncology Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer.
Some people of African ancestry may be ineligible for targeted therapy.
Megan-Claire Chase, aka Warrior Megsie, is a seven-year breast cancer survivor. She’s also a blogger and advocate.
Leah Adams, 29, of Cleveland, is a Stage I melanoma survivor. She also helps care for her dad, who has Stage IV melanoma.
Visit these websites for statistics, symptoms, support groups, videos and more on oral, mouth and throat cancers.
Products that protect skin and enlighten minds, including the lung-cancer memoir “Stage 5”
Cancer treatment may lead to cognitive impairment, such as memory loss and trouble concentrating. But you can mend your mind.
Take this survey to let us know how you’re dealing with cancer.
Read the digital version of this issue.