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Study suggests immune-based cancer therapies might be particularly beneficial for HIV-positive people.
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People who receive chemotherapy for cancer have a higher risk of hep B reactivation.
Treatment depends on how advanced the cancer is when detected and whether it has spread elsewhere in the body.
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Former Rockette Jennifer Jones followed health guidelines and got a colonoscopy at age 50. Then she learned she had Stage III colon cancer.
A nationwide survey found that health care providers could better prepare people for cancer treatment’s burdens.
Space travel and chemotherapy affect the body similarly, and yet only astronauts undergo physical conditioning to help them stay strong.
I had to break up with my love of heels and wear flats because of severe chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy in both feet.
“The more information we have from well-designed studies, the better we are able to counsel our patients,” said Larissa Korde, MD.
In her memoir “The Undying,” poet and essayist Anne Boyer refuses to be upbeat.
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