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Researchers observed a trend of increased risk of major financial hardship in younger, non-white, lower-income patients.
For a photographer living with cancer, addressing worries that accompany his diagnoses helps him remain someone who is not defined by them.
Young adult cancer survivors who crowdfund to finance their medical expenses face several trade-offs.
AI tools have the potential to make cancer imaging faster, more accurate and even more informative. And that’s generating excitement.
Recent research shows people in their 20s and 30s are seeing a steep rise in colorectal cancer incidence.
A Canadian study finds an immediate cancer diagnosis decrease of 34% in March 2020, followed by a slow and incomplete recovery.
After facing testicular cancer, Jarod Hale finds new passion in life.
Mark Turner wants to help your twin moons of Tattoine avoid going to the Dark Side.
This post is dedicated to my dear friend Jessica Morris. Rest in power, Jess. XX
Learning that you have cancer can be overwhelming. Take these steps to get the best care.
It was eleven years ago that I received my prostate cancer diagnosis. I’m glad that I’m still here to write about it.
Lauded actor, activist and rap artist Common stars in a PSA to raise awareness about lung cancer research and clinical trials.
Kellie Smith, 52, lives in Austin with her husband and child. She has multiple myeloma.
The actor and author continues to advocate for early detection of cancer and write witty books, including his latest, Fry’s Ties.
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