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Fall 2019 Survey
Have you ever had to stand up for yourself to get the best cancer care?
Anne Baldwin, OT/L, CHT, CLT, is an occupational therapist at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
Studies show female survivors in particular experience reduced access to care and quality of life if they’re a sexual minority.
Even small changes in physical fitness can make it possible for people to maintain their quality of life as cancer progresses.
“Our goal is to make cancer survivors feel like they’re part of a team,” says study author Heather Leach, PhD.
We’ve made strides extending life and even curing cancer but need to do more to help people with cancer have a better quality of life.
To improve quality of life, drug development researchers are bringing patients into the process at the beginning
The way we develop new treatments for cancer does always lead to better survival time, and rarely leads to better quality of life.
Pharmacies across the country are expanding beyond primary care and prescriptions to help tackle cancer.
That’s a very common question that I’m asked whenever I tell someone that I have cancer.
ORR, PFS, TTP…we help you sort out what they mean.
A research team has sought to address the critical lack of treatment guidelines for addressing HIV’s complex effects on aging.
The large clinical trial is funded by a $3.5M federal research grant.
We are a community; how might we all learn together from our shared yet unique experiences?
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