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It looks like we dodged another bullet. The fun never stops, does it?
With a sense of humor and a warm heart, Carol Tietz, an 11-year survivor of small-cell lung cancer, pays her good fortune forward.
I’ll try to be brief, but there’s a lot to tell you.
Experts call for heightened precautions and better, more intensive therapies for COVID-19 patients with weakened immune systems.
I have been incredibly fortunate to be on a medication for six years and nine months with no growth until recently.
DNA sequencing technology helps explore the effects of radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on human health.
Radflix, a new technology from the Colorado University Cancer Center, offers young patients comfort and a sense of control during therapy.
I hoped the first sign of “growth” in one of my tumors was a measurement error, but the PET scan told me that I’m not fooling anyone.
David de Wilde works to spread awareness of testicular cancer in Belgium.
I’ve been extremely fortunate to go more than five years longer than the average time on the drug I’m taking. But now things have changed.
New research shows that gene activity could be used to predict tumors most likely to benefit from “genotoxic” therapies
Patients are told not to throw in the towel. But when we frame cancer survivorship by a relentless battle, we award the wrong priorities.
Stay warm and healthy with soothing creams, stylish fashions, home-delivered meals and a soulful book.
How come no one tells us how cancer drastically ages the body externally?
When you are still alive with Stage IV lung cancer fourteen years after being diagnosed, people want to know why.
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