Dancing through cancer with Dr. Deborah Cohan
Immunotherapy gives people with advanced lymphoma another treatment option.
Welcome to the premier issue of Cancer Health, the newest member of the Smart + Strong family of health publications and websites.
Cutting-edge approach creates customized therapy.
Individually tailored vaccines help T cells recognize tumors.
Marijuana is popular among people with cancer, but the FDA knocks cure claims.
Aspirin lowers the risk of several cancers, including liver cancer, stomach cancer and lung cancer.
New HPV vaccine protects against nine types of cancer-causing virus.
Cooling caps, gloves and socks help lessen chemotherapy side effects.
Researchers report that screenings for colorectal cancer should begin five years earlier than recommended.
New therapies target similar tumors wherever they appear.
Good nutrition provides energy, helps the body heal and supports the immune system.
More than 40 percent of cancers are caused by factors we can control.
HIV/AIDS advocate Tim Horn highlights some golden rules for health activism.
Charlie Christmann, 60, is an engineering consultant in Placitas, New Mexico.
Lillie Shockney, RN, MAS, is an oncology nurse navigator.
Here are 10 questions to ask your doctor following a cancer diagnosis.
Here are some support groups to help you cope with your cancer diagnosis.
Health journalist Catherine Guthrie shares why she decided to skip reconstruction.
Tell us how cancer affects you.
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