We’ve made strides extending life and even curing cancer but need to do more to help people with cancer have a better quality of life.
A special report on living with cancer
Too little research is being done to ease the suffering caused by chemotherapy and other treatments.
A cancer diagnosis often means extreme financial stress—and fights with insurance providers.
The way we develop new treatments for cancer does always lead to better survival time, and rarely leads to better quality of life.
To improve quality of life, drug development researchers are bringing patients into the process at the beginning
Too few people seek help in easing side effects during and after cancer treatment.
Advocating for yourself is the best medicine.