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States with greater decreases in prostate cancer screening saw more diagnoses of metastatic cancer.
Denise Kellen, a member of Melanoma Research Alliance’s board of directors, describes her personal experience with surviving melanoma.
A meta-analysis of 18 studies found that late diagnosis and mortality were significantly higher among American women than African women.
A new paper calls for a halt to skin cancer screenings in the general population. Some physicians vehemently disagree.
Adults under the age of 50 also tend to be diagnosed at an advanced stage.
Black men with breast cancer were more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage.
Testicular cancer survivor Joseph Marino founded a group called OnlyTakes1 to provide brotherhood for fellow patients and survivors.
Johnny’s heartbreaking story helps paint a picture of what cancer patients and their families are facing nationwide.
From emotional distress to temporary losses in income, there are parallels between living with cancer and navigating this global pandemic.
The story of Thanksgiving is one of struggle, learning, survival, and perseverance.
A recent University of Michigan study found Medicaid expansion substantially reduced mortality rates from 2014 to 2017.
In study, test proved able to detect and localize more than 20 types of cancer with a high degree of accuracy.
Emily Garnett, 34, is a mom, wife and lawyer turned writer and podcast host living with metastatic breast cancer near New York City.
“You really have to be the CEO of your own health,” said melanoma survivor and patient advocate T. J. Sharpe.
Late-stage cancers identified through emergency department visits may reflect a lack of access to primary care and screening.
A doctor told the new mom she just needed to lose weight to feel better. Turns out, she had cancer.
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