Cancer Health Winter 2023

Cancer Health Winter 2023

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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Conquering Fear and Metastatic Lung Cancer

Emotions play a powerful role in living with cancer, a truth AJ Patel learned a decade ago when he was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer

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Meditation Benefits for People with Cancer

To get started, ask whether your oncologist knows of any classes or meditation teachers in your area.

Editor’s Letter

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You Do You

The Winter 2023 issue of Cancer Health highlights many ways people navigate cancer and enhance their quality of life.

Care & Treatment

doctor giving older woman a shot vaccine

COVID Concerns

In September, the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) released updated COVID vaccine recommendations.

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Integrative Therapies for Cancer Pain

An expert panel developed a set of evidence-based recommendations.

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Changing Causes of Liver Cancer

Liver cancer is often diagnosed late and it is among the fastest-rising causes of cancer death in the United States.

Pink Ribbon

Trodelvy for Metastatic Breast Cancer

Patients treated with Trodelvy had a 21% reduction in the risk for death.


In the Spotlight

A roundup of celebrities who made cancer news and raised awareness

From left: Huntsman patient navigators Karlie Allen, Nathan Begaye and  Liliana Mulato

Boosting Patient Navigation

The American Cancer Society awarded $4.2 million in patient navigation grants to 14 health care systems.

New Insights on Prostate Cancer

The patient-driven initiative gathers data sets and makes them publicly available to scientists in order to speed up discoveries.

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Breast Cancer and Black Women

Black women continue to be 40% more likely to die of breast cancer despite having lower incidence of the cancer.


Melvin Mann

Dear Cancer Patient

Patient advocate Melvin Mann was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia in 1995. He has been in treatment and in remission since 1998.


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Colon and Rectal Cancer

Routine screening can detect colorectal cancer at an early stage, when it’s easier to treat.

Your Team

Elizabeth Archer-Nanda, DNP, APRN

Psychosocial Support

An interview with Elizabeth Archer-Nanda, DNP, APRN, the president of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society


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Uterine and Endometrial Cancer

These websites offer education and support for people with uterine cancer, known as endometrial cancer when it starts in the uterine lining.

Good Stuff

Winter Comforts

Cozy up with a mindful book, soft pajamas, easy meals, stylish caps and more.


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Enjoy Your Life

Has cancer affected the quality of your life?

Digital Edition

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Cancer Health Winter 2023

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