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After three surgeries, chemo and radiation, actress Blythe Danner—mom to Gwyneth Paltrow—says, “I’m fine and dandy now.”
A Q&A with Fred Hutch physician-scientist Gary Lyman on his Nature review of acute chemotherapy-associated adverse events.
A new study identifies a potential approach to prevent mental fog, a common treatment side effect.
Adult cancer survivors have an increased risk for bone fractures, specifically pelvic and vertebral fractures, finds a new study.
Metastatic colorectal cancer is on the rise among those under 50. Doctors must not dismiss young people who come to them with symptoms.
Amanda Vegter’s multidisciplinary care included cutting-edge microsurgery performed by CU Cancer Center member Justin Cohen, MD.
Expert panel recommends complementary approaches including acupuncture, yoga and massage, but more research is needed.
Limiting blood flow to the hands during chemotherapy administration may reduce this common side effect.
When ob-gyn Kelly Shanahan was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2013, her passion and expertise fueled a new mission.
Mindfulness on your phone, gifts that soothe, a book for children, greeting cards that feel right and a necklace that gives back
“This is a very treatable cancer,” says Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda, who will start chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Compared with chemotherapy alone, adding immunotherapy drug Keytruda helped triple-negative breast cancer patients live longer.
Every year, 350 children in the United States are diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma.
Researchers zoom in on a tiny brain structure called the area postrema, where the sensation of nausea is “felt.”
The study of 273 cancer survivors found that over 50% experienced significant hearing loss and more than 35% reported tinnitus.
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