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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A prominent urologist spent decades treating patients and researching racial disparities in prostate cancer. Then he got diagnosed.
Black men are less likely to be screened for prostate cancer and, when diagnosed, less likely to receive treatment.
New site-agnostic therapies highlight the importance of genetic testing.
To take advantage of these new therapies, people must first learn whether their cancer harbors targetable mutations.
Non-opioid treatments and complementary approaches can help, but don’t fear using opioids when they are needed.
Lung cancer advocate Don Stranathan takes on the No. 1 cancer killer.
Finding your way to the best life you can have now is a personal journey.
Acupuncture has been shown to relieve cancer-related insomnia.
Experts say that exercise should be the standard treatment for people with cancer.
A new pet assistance and wellness program helps people with cancer keep up with the many demands of pet guardianship.
Patients who take probiotics are less likely to respond immunotherapy.
The new documentary follows the pioneering researcher who work helped created checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy.
Longer-term follow-up shows improved overall survival with Keytruda or Opdivo.
First targeted therapy may prolong survival of men with advanced prostate cancer.
Experts call for smoking cessation after cancer diagnosis
Task force recommends BRCA screening for women at increased cancer risk
All adults in this age range should be screen for hepatitis C.
Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo, CPT, NASM, is the author of “Another Face of Multiple Myeloma.”
Amy Berman, RN, who has Stage IV breast cancer, works to improve care for older adults.
Treatment depends on how advanced the cancer is when detected and whether it has spread elsewhere in the body.
Emily Garnett, 34, is a mom, wife and lawyer turned writer and podcast host living with metastatic breast cancer in the New York City area.
Cecilia Lau, RPh, BCOP, APh, is a board-certified oncology pharmacist at City of Hope.
After a lung cancer diagnosis, you need education, support from peers and counselors, access to care and help with finances. Start here.
Some items to offer comfort from the winter chill
Gary and Janice Brunk, of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, fill the oncology clinic with sweet sounds.
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