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A Q&A with Fred Hutch physician-scientist Gary Lyman on his Nature review of acute chemotherapy-associated adverse events.
Researchers zoom in on a tiny brain structure called the area postrema, where the sensation of nausea is “felt.”
Using mindfulness meditation and yoga to improve the lives of people with cancer
For many Americans, the end of the year is not just a time for gloomy weather, but gloomy thoughts as well. Light therapy can help.
Genevieve and I have certainly had our hands full for the past few weeks. But now things are on the upswing.
Many breast cancer patients rely on cannabis not just to relieve side effects but to treat cancer yet may be unaware of possible harms.
I started my clinical trial for BLU-945 last week, and this targeted therapy already looks like it’s hitting the bullseye.
Cancer treatment can cause a wide range of side effects, but they can usually be managed.
After being on antidepressants for three years, I made the choice to taper off of them.
People with both cancer and COVID-19 frequently report gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea and diarrhea.
“There was a dramatic reduction [in nausea and vomiting] within 24 hours in the people who received olanzapine."
Wellspring Global provides free content from stress management and wellness experts at more than a dozen cancer centers.
A nationwide survey found that health care providers could better prepare people for cancer treatment’s burdens.
Advice while on chemo.
Exercise during breast cancer treatment is associated with lower cancer recurrence and mortality.
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