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 kidney cancer wreaked havoc in Matt McClain’s life, self-advocacy and a particular kind of help led him to a new, calmer normal.
Matt McClain offers tips to help newly diagnosed people advocate for themselves and improve life with and after cancer.
Cancer Health editor-in-chief Trent Straube introduces the Winter 2024 issue.
BAYS members build a public space in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
A study shows the need for appropriate training of clinicians and screening for people living alone or in social isolation.
Bold-faced names can raise awareness about cancer—and spread misinformation.
Menthol cigarettes, hair-straightening products and more.
The FDA recently approved Keytruda for the treatment of non-small-cell lung cancer before and after surgery.
Experts estimate that the expanded guidelines will make an additional 5 million people eligible for screening.
Treatment was generally safe, but side effects were common.
People who received Pluvicto reported improved quality of life, including less pain.
Blogger Dann Wonser, who has survived 17 years with non-small-cell lung cancer, shares his insights on clinical trials.
Study participation can be a gateway to better cancer care.
A discussion with Talaya Dendy, a Minneapolis-based cancer doula, board-certified patient advocate and Hodgkin lymphoma thriver
Numerous organizations seek to improve cancer survival rates and quality of life for Black folks.
During quiet winter months, prioritize your well-being with oncology yoga, relaxing at-home spa nights and more.
Share your experience with complementary therapy with Cancer Health..
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