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In order to properly identify and treat the condition, it’s important to see a doctor and get screened if you are experiencing any symptoms.
Adverse financial events were most common among non-Hispanic Black, unmarried and low-income patients.
Here’s advice from CU Cancer Center leader Wells Messersmith, MD, who has given thousands of second opinions.
King Charles III will postpone public-facing duties to undergo in-patient treatment immediately, Buckingham Palace says.
Chicago Cubs second baseman Ryne Sandberg retired in 1997. He is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.
“I know we’re never given more than we can handle, and she’s going to crush this,” Michael Strahan said on “Good Morning America.”
House Majority Leader Scalise was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a blood cancer. The lawmaker plans to return to DC in February.
Actor Ken Hudson Campbell lost his insurance in the SAG-AFTRA strike. He “burst into tears” from the financial support for treatment.
The Pennsylvania lawmaker will continue to work as he undergoes treatment for prostate cancer, the most common cancer among American men.
A study shows the need for appropriate training of clinicians and screening for people living alone or in social isolation.
Matt McClain offers tips to help newly diagnosed people advocate for themselves and improve life with and after cancer.
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.
Numerous organizations seek to improve cancer survival rates and quality of life for Black folks.
Bold-faced names can raise awareness about cancer—and spread misinformation.
UCSF researchers update Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium model with new risk factors for BMI and extended family history.
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