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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Cancer Health blogger Dann Wonser says the key to his 14-year survival with non-small-cell lung cancer is his wife, Genevieve de Renne.
Genomic testing can help customize treatment to target tumors.
After being treated for thyroid cancer with a rare mutation, Susan is helping educate others.
Psychologist Seth Axelrod, PhD, has metastatic bone cancer—and a unique set of therapeutic skills that help him live with it.
The ways people respond to cancer can sometimes be complex, and often, awesome.
Sotorasib and adagrasib target a specific cancer-causing mutation found in those with non-small-cell lung cancer and colorectal cancer.
High intensity focused ultrasound ablation has the ability to safely and effectively treat this cancer.
The latest drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration include one for non-small-cell lung cancer and acute myeloid leukemia.
Studies ask whether cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy, can lead to more severe COVID-19.
A checkpoint inhibitor combination and an antibody-drug conjugate may offer new treatment options.
Financial hardship caused by cancer can have a long-term impact on your credit score.
A new survey aims to help train providers to make care safer and more welcoming for LGBTQ patients.
After actor Chadwick Boseman’s death, African Americans are reminded once again about the importance of being screened early.
Having diabetes can put a person at greater risk for certain cancers and affect cancer treatment.
Cancer Health blogger Adam Hayden, 38, a philosopher and palliative care advocate, lives in Indianapolis with his wife and three sons.
New targeted therapies and immunotherapies can lead to better treatment outcomes.
Jamil Rivers, 42, is the board president of METAvivor, a nonprofit breast cancer organization.
David J. Copenhaver, MD, MPH, is director of the cancer pain management program at the University of California, Davis.
Take steps to help meet each other’s needs now.
Whether you’re recently diagnosed or have been living with cancer for years, these resources can help you find the support you need.
Stay warm and healthy with soothing creams, stylish fashions, home-delivered meals and a soulful book.
Shelley Kerr, 65, is an award-winning bronze sculptor who lives with her husband in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has Stage IV bladder cancer.
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